Weight-loss tip that will guarantee success

3or30Weight loss is always on our minds in one way or another. Whether we are looking to eat healthier or workout more regularly, health and fitness is a part of our lives. However, it can be difficult to make the time and effort for our health.

With 2014 coming to a close, and a beginning of a new year, it’s a great time to begin writing your goals for 2015. Here’s a weight-loss tip that will guarantee success!

Recently, I read an article about a fitness tip titled, “Three miles or 30 minutes.” Essentially, the goal is to work out in some way every day. You have two choices: run, walk, or bike three miles a day, or do a 30-minute workout instead.

This workout tip is from Pilates instructor Kit Rich. Here is the original article I read from popsugar.com, which also includes some suggestions for 30-minute workouts.

The reason this workout tip is effective because it allows you to stay balanced. You don’t need to go to the gym for two hours to have a successful workout. It’s best to incorporate manageable workouts in your routine. This will bring better results to your health and fitness goals.

My first New Year’s resolution is to follow the mantra of the “Three miles or 30 minutes.” Leave a comment below or like this post if you want to follow the challenge, too.

I hope you all enjoy the rest of your day, and I will talk to you on Monday!

Ki Signature

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4 thoughts on “Weight-loss tip that will guarantee success

  1. I’ve read this article before and I love it! It’s simple, but it will keep you in shape. It would be a great New Year’s Resolution to make as well since it’s measurable.

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