Happy Wednesday and Day 3 of my February Daily Intentions Workout! Were you able to work possibility into your day yesterday? Hopefully, your mindset allowed you to get through all that you needed to do and more! I know it’s only day two, but isn’t it amazing how much more positively our days go when we are putting intention and energy into our minds? I hope that you are truly noticing the power of intention already!
Today’s intention is Freedom. What does freedom mean to you? Is it freedom from self-doubt, money, or fear? Is it the desire to feel free from resistances within your life or to make the choices you believe you should? Whatever freedom means to you — work those desires into your day.
Wear that shirt/dress/hat you’ve been thinking about returning.
Apply for a job you feel qualified for and make that career change.
Join a fitness class or group you’ve been thinking about joining for ages.
Do something new and do it because you wouldn’t have normally done so.
Freedom is living a life where there is trust. Belief in yourself and that the decisions you make are what makes your life meaningful and fulfilled. Freedom is the comfort in the knowledge that everything is as it should be.
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How will you work the intention of freedom into your day?
Heyyyyy, Everybody! As I was typing the “hey” out, I started to crack myself up. I often do this, and lately, it’s while I’m in public. Last week, my friend Jenn introduced this web series to me called, Whine About It with Matt Bellassai. (NSFW) You’ll get the “hey everybody” reference once you watch these.
You must watch, btw. Omg. So hilarious. You’re welcome.
Anyhoo, today we’re talking about quickies. Workout quickies.
Who doesn’t love a quickie? A workout quickie.
No one, that’s who.
Who doesn’t love burpees?
Almost everyone, I think.
That’s why it’s good to wham bam and be done with them and know you got a total body workout, am I right?
Workout Quickie #1: Burpee Burner
As with any exercise I recommend on my blog, please check with your physician before performing. Burpees are extremely challenging, so if you’re new to them, I advise you to start slowly and build up to this circuit over time!
I have included examples of some of the exercises for your reference!
“Frog Hop” Burpees
Half Burpee (Alternating single arm for an extra challenge)
One-legged Burpees (You can omit the plyo jump to modify)
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What’s your favorite “quickie” workout to fit in when you’re busy?
I’m linking up with Amanda for Thinking Out Loud!