Writing is a solitary career and it’s also one that is done by sitting hours at a computer. This makes it imperative for a writer to get up and move on a regular basis. In other words, exercise. Full disclosure, I love, love, love to exercise but I’m human and I can slide into bad habits very easily. In the past couple of months there was a significant change to my daily routine and I adapted only to be hit with another unexpected routine shake-up, but this time it’s only for a couple of weeks and I’m half-way through it. During both routine shake-ups I adjusted my workouts and tried to find what new schedule worked best for me. So far, so good. But I know I can do better and that’s where this challenge comes in.
While on Facebook this morning I saw an ad from Pilates Anytime for their Spring to Life challenge. It’s a free challenge and it consists of 10 workouts, most of them are 30 minutes in length, one is 40 minutes. I’ve been wanting to try Pilates Anytime for awhile and it’s free so I signed up and I just finished the first workout. It was amazing!
I’ve done Pilates on and off over the years and I did attend mat classes about two years ago and I even took a few reformer classes. I loved every class and workout I did at home because afterwards I felt so much better and yes, I felt taller. 🙂 Pilates is a gentle workout that challenges you where you are in your fitness and pushes you to become stronger.
With my workout complete it’s time to hit the shower and begin my day. I don’t know how long the challenge will be offered but if you’d like to check it out click here and you’ll be directed to their page.
Have a great day!