Commit30whatyoudo

The Wall Street Journal reported on a 2010 UK study that showed that people who went on 30-day challenges were more likely to stick with it for the entire 30 days and to keep up the changes after the 30 days than people who just decided to start a diet or make a lifestyle change and work on a few days a week.After just repeating something for as little as four days a week, it’s more likely to become a habit. The bottom line is what you do everyday matters more than what you do once in awhile.

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I encourage you to take on a 30day challenge this spring – I’m currently doing a 30-day pushup challenge if you want to join in and am gearing up for another round of Whole30 (after my birthday margarita next week). πŸ˜‰ And April 15th Health Magazine launches a Tracy Anderson spring fitness Challenge!

 

 

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