A Successful Wellness Plan

July 9, 2019


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24 responses to “A Successful Wellness Plan”

  1. Aaron Whitehead says:

    My biggest struggle is finding the time and energy to workout when I get home from work. Most of the time I will find myself with plenty of other things that need to get done around the house that I end up putting my fitness goals on the backburner. Because of this, I started working out during my lunch break. Developing this routine has been a great stress relief and has helped me stay consistent with my fitness goals.Your fitness classes are also AMAZING! Thanks for all that you guys do!

  2. Vanitta Conrad says:

    My biggest struggle is consistency – getting exercise or a workout on a regular basis.

  3. Monilee Pearson Conrad says:

    My biggest struggle is fitting into my day this time of year when I have lots of yard work to do. I like how you show different workout options so i can try these this time of year when I love being out in the yard so much.

  4. Candice Gillett says:

    Thank you so much for the different workout options. I’ll be able to change some of my workouts now so I’m not doing the same exercises over and over.
    My biggest struggle working out is controlling my breathing.

  5. Collette Shelley says:

    My biggest struggle is doing specific workouts.
    I would rather get my workout by riding my bike working in the yard doing yoga.
    The struggle is real!!! 🙂

  6. Judy Robertson says:

    Time and consistency is my biggest struggle. I am tired when I get home and don’t want to exercise.

  7. Brian Moote says:

    My biggest struggle is getting started. Earlier this year I began a routine but hadn’t exercised (routinely) for years. Just taking that first step was the hardest. Now the struggle is getting started on a daily basis. The plateau is real and kills motivation. Each day it’s a decision to start a workout, whether i’m tired, busy, hungry, etc.. Once i’m in the gym or on the road I feel great, but it’s a mental hurdle to get there.

  8. Jody Wojtasek says:

    Focus is my struggle. can you say Squirrel……….

  9. Roxanne Snell says:

    My biggest struggle is having the motivation to incorporate workouts into my day, before or after my workday.

  10. Kim Pankowski says:

    It seems like no matter what type of exercise I do, my back gets tweeked. I’d like to know what I can do to limit the stress I’m putting on my back until I can gain some strength in it, but still get a workout.

  11. Roy Lindhardt says:

    My biggest struggle is to remember to change things up with my workouts. I tend to get into a routine and just feel happy about it, but then see very little success out of it.

  12. Peggy Rawlins says:

    I have a challenge with weak Knees, but I can adjust my workout to be sure to not stress them. There are enough choices for each area to work, that I will find exercises that don’t hurt my knees. Also, I will need to adjust by what equipment I have.

  13. Doug Lawes says:

    Just need to make the commitment to Do It

  14. Robert Johnson says:

    My biggest struggle is my knees. I like to push it in my exercises and I have to b very cautious with my knees.

  15. Diana Bellows says:

    Biggest workout struggle: boredom. I have no motivation to lift weights because I find the practice mind numbing.

  16. Jonathon Crittenden says:

    My biggest struggle seems to be the norm. Consistency. I was doing really well and got on a routine that worked with me and my schedule. It was so easy to fall back into the old patterns. The problem is… each time it gets harder to start again. The important thing to remember is… “never give up!” :O)

  17. Debra Robinson says:

    I start and stop often. I can’t seem to be consistent.

  18. Molly Gregersen says:

    Weight training is difficult for me as I would always rather do outside cardio activities in good weather. Weight training classes make it really easy, if I can just keep the motivation to attend regularly.

  19. Kathy Romero says:

    I find that I have to do exercise that is entertaining. Like with music Zumba class. I do weights and do alright with that, but to run on a treadmill bores me to death. I enjoy sports but it isn’t always possible to do that.

  20. Gina Swensen says:

    What you were pointing out about plateau made sense to me. I’ve been doing the same kind things over and over to exercise because I have a comfort level with it. I get the sense of having done some exercise that is good for me, without pushing for a next goal. That’s what I will need to work on for future.

  21. Paul Conrad says:

    Thanks for the ideas. My biggest challenge is being tired during long travel days.

  22. Brandee Anderson says:

    Consistency is my biggest struggle! I don’t think I’ve ever started a working with the intention of going until failure on each exercise. This will be new to me.

  23. Amanda Lancaster says:

    I’m fairly consistent in my workouts and try to push myself as hard as I can but seem to struggle with waking up and getting to the gym a couple times a week. As a result, I end up not going as often as I would like throughout the week.

  24. LaRaine Fitch says:

    My struggle is staying with regular exercise. And diet! I am a yo yo dieter.
    When I am stressed I eat. there are times I get a handle on it.
    Your classes and different video’s are inspirational and help me get back to the basics. Which helps me a lot. I work hard at home and pulling a lot of weeds is good exercise. Taking walks on breaks and typing in what I eat each day. Helps me focus throughout the day what I am eating.
    The task bar helps me to stay more positive throughout the day. To find a good feeling in this stressful life I have.

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