Day 30 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 30 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

CONGRATULATIONS

It’s the last day of the 30 day get moving challenge. Let’s get moving with a nice long walk together live online. We will walk for 30 minutes.

You are amazing. You have stuck with it and stayed moving for 30 days. You should be proud of yourself. Even if you have had to take a break you still took the challenge and worked hard at getting moving. Well done!

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Day 29 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 29 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Get moving with a couch workout. couch mountain climbers, sit calf raises, plank jacks, couch toe taps each for 30 seconds 3 rounds.

As you battle lupus you have to be crafty and creative in getting your workouts in. In between the pain and fatigue it can be difficult. Little workouts like these can be great in helping you get your body moving without overdoing it.

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Try the video below to get a look as to how you can achieve this workout. Video courtesy of @justin_agustin on TikTok

Day 28 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 28 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Get outside and take a nice long walk. Try and walk at least 30 minutes with some brisk walking in between.

Walking at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week can reduce your risk for coronary heart disease by about 19% and your risk may reduce even more when you increase the duration or distance you walk per day.

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Day 27 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 27 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Okay let’s get back moving. 20 Crunches, 30 bicycles and 10 pushups. Rest 1 minute then Repeat the cycle 2 times.

Time-saving bodyweight workout plans are great when you are just starting out or may have some pain. All can be modified to your own capabilities and can be done at your own pace. Remember you aren’t in competition with anyone. You just want to get your body moving.

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Day 26 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 26 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

REST TODAY! Enjoy just the action of resting. You’ve been moving non-stop for 26 days, just sit and be thankful that you were able to move!

Rest is important in any workout. Don’t feel guilty to take a break and recover!

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Day 25 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 25 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

5-10-15 Workout Circuit

5 push-ups, 10 sit-ups, 15 Squats. Rest 10 seconds 5 Jumping squats, 10 alternating lunges, 15 reverse crunches Rest 15 seconds & Repeat one time.

This 5-10-15 workout is the perfect starter workout for bodyweight exercise. Once you start repeating the circuit, you’ll see just how effective and challenging it can be! It’s a great way to get moving. Take your time and keep trying until you can get through the entire circuit.

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Day 24 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 24 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

We are walking again today. It’s the easiest way to get moving. Today throw on your favorite playlist and walk in place for the entire playlist. If you feel crazy throw in some dance moves.

Walking protects the joints — especially the knees and hips, which are most susceptible to osteoarthritis — by lubricating them and strengthening the muscles that support them.

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Day 23 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 23 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Get your sweat on with a stretch, high knees, bunny hop and box toe touches. Do each one for 30 seconds rest for one minute and repeat 2 times. Stretch again to cool down.

Make every minute count! Get some cardio in and let the calories burn! The main purpose of doing cardio exercise is to improve your heart health and efficiency of the rest of the “circulatory system”. As a result, your heart and lungs will get healthier, stronger and more able to work more efficiently.

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Workout photos courtesy of The Blessing Bucket (theblessingbucket.com)

Day 22 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Put on your jacket and sneakers and go outside and walk for 10 minutes. No matter what the weather is get outside.

Fresh air enhances your brain functioning and improves your concentration skills. By spending only a few minutes outside each day can help you stay more aware and alert and ward off lupus fogs.

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Day 21 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Day 21 30 Day Get Moving Challenge

Put on some music, grab your kids, your sweetie, or go solo and groove for at least 15–30 minutes. That’s one of your favorite albums.

Dancing is something that practically everyone can enjoy doing. It has been shown that one of the benefits of dance is that it helps prevent mild depression and improves confidence in the dancer.

Try this playlist to get your dance on:

  • “Dance Monkey” by Tones And I
  • “Juice” by Lizzo
  • “Yummy by Justin Bieber
  • “The Box” by Roddy Rich
  • “Bulletproof” by La Roux
  • “Toast” by Koffee
  • “Countdown” by Beyonce
  • “7 Rings” by Ariana Grande
  • “Bounce” by Logic
  • “No Diggity (Fare Solid Remix)” by Blackstreet
  • “DJ Turn It Up” by Yellow Claw
  • “Bulletproof” by La Roux
  • “No Problem” by Chance the Rapper

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