8 Weeks of Healthy Habits!
Welcome to week 6 of our #8weeksofhealthyhabits. Each week, I will post an overview of the upcoming week's goals with some helpful links and info. The purpose of this challenge is not to be stressful, preachy, or overbearing, just a fun way to incorporate some new ideas. If you like something that we do, please feel free to incorporate it into your daily/weekly schedule and really make it a new habit. If you're looking to really up your game, try the #DaisyDukeStrong challenge at the bottom of this post.
The fun part about these challenges is the sharing. See if you can post a thought or a selfie each day to the facebook page about what you're doing. If you're an Instagram user, you can also post there, using the hashtags #PIG and #8weeksofhealthyhabits
Sunday: Take some time to reflect on your day & the last week. Write in a journal, or share to your blog. Journaling on a regular basis can help you gain insight to your own humanity.
Monday: Try a dance workout! Boogie around!
Tuesday: Try having a day with no processed foods. See if you can eat only fresh, whole foods!
Wednesday: Set your alarm 10 minutes early and do crunches before you get dressed for your day.
Thursday: Drink a glass of water before each meal.
Friday: Free Fitness! Post a selfie of you doing your favorite activity to the facebook page! Each Friday will be Free Fitness Friday. You get to choose the activity- just get up and do something and share it with the rest of us! If you post to Instagram, don't forget your hashtags, #PIG and #8weeksofhealthyhabits
Saturday: Socialize today with friends! Talk and laugh with real people.
Daisy Duke Strong Challenge
Now, if you want that extra challenge, here's the week overview of #DaisyDukeStrong! Myself, I did better with these last week. It was easier to break up everything into smaller sets.
Sunday: 130 crunches, 130 squats
Monday: 5 sets of 12-17 push-ups each
Tuesday: 130 crunches, 130 squats
Wednesday: 125 crunches, 125 squats, 5 sets of 12-17 push-ups each
Thursday: 130 crunches, 130 squats
Friday: 135 crunches, 135 squats, 5 sets of 12-17 push-ups each
Saturday: rest day