Make a Strong Body by Moving More

There is no right or wrong way to move for you. Movement practices for a strong body can range from walking outside to sprinting on a treadmill, from dancing in your house to lifting heavy weight at the gym, or learning the art of Tai Chi to going for a hike. It is about finding something you enjoy doing that is easy for you to do. Then start slowly implementing it weekly.

How to master movement:

Step 1: Pick a movement that is easy for you to do.
Step 2: Focus on implementing it in small, achievable amounts.
Step 3: Increase the frequency, intensity, or type gradually.

Enjoy the movement

What a gift to be able to move! Pick something you enjoy & is easy to do. If you are unsure, try different things and see what fits best for you.

Move consistently

Small increments of movement a couple of times a week is a great start to creating a habit. Focus on developing consistent movement every week.

Vary your movement

After you achieve consistency, work on increasing either the frequency, intensity, or type of movement you are doing to challenge your body.

Where to start?

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