fitfor15in15 … Get fit for 15 in 15 … Get fit for 2015 in 15 … Get fit for 2015 in 15 minutes … Get fit for 2015 in a minimum of 15 minutes per day …
That was the idea behind this blog, but when I felt fit and healthy after six months of daily exercise in 2015, I fell off the wagon. And then I sort of forgot about the blog a bit too, because it made me feel guilty for falling out of love with the idea!
But now I’ve changed the focus of the blog and just write about happenings when they seem worthy.
I’m a 40-ish-year-old Australian living in Switzerland who loves to travel. Thanks for stopping by!
Ok everybody, now that the concept behind this blog is out there, are you interested in this challenge? Create a healthier 2015 (if you’re not already feeling healthy, that is) by doing a minimum of 15 minutes exercise a day.
It’s a catchy idea, and hopefully one that sticks in your head in an effort to boost your fitness and health in 2015.
I think about doing exercise all the time! How good it would be, how great I would feel, and eventually how I’d be pleased with the results.
But then something called procrastination, laziness, indifference, care factor zero, or whatever you want to call it, kicks in and takes over and I don’t do anything.
So this year, I’m taking a catchy phrase and making it my mantra. Fit for 15 in 15.
I’m not a health care expert, I have no qualifications in fitness or exercise, I am just an ordinary person who wants to be motivated this year to do something a bit more challenging and hopefully boost my fitness levels so I can run for the bus without running out of breath.
If you have any ideas, would like to contribute or just want to join in and make your own plans for a fit 2015, then please say hello.
All it takes is a minimum of 15 minutes per day. It could be 15 minutes of lifting soup tins, doing squats, knee raises, an exercise class on YouTube, star jumps or sit ups, going for a walk or a jog, or a combination of any of these ideas – set yourself a goal to do at least 15 minutes a day. It doesn’t matter what time of the day – before work, during your lunch break, after work, before you go to bed – whenever!
The first step is always the hardest. Forming a habit will make this easier. By doing at least 15 minutes a day, every day, you form a habit. Hopefully one you will enjoy! And by making it a requirement, a must, a desire, a wish, a joy each and every day, you can’t be tempted to say “Oh, it’s raining, I’ll go for that jog tomorrow” or “I’m feeling tired today, I’ll start next week”.
Something small or large, every day, for a minimum of 15 minutes …
Are you interested in making it your mantra too?