Readers’ Workouts — November 26

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I need to exercise 55 minute a day for the rest of the month to make my goal of 1400 minutes in November. That’s possible, but more than I’ve been averaging. And, my minutes slipped because my month keeps getting busier! I’m considering the possibilities of exercise while watching the Macy’s Parade on TV — I could replicate the dancing and marching. That could work!

How is your exercise going? Do you have special exercise plans for Thanksgiving?

Link your post below (feel free to grab the logo) or tell your story in the comments. Don’t forget to visit the links to offer encouragement and support to other participants!

About Joy Weese Moll

a librarian writing about books
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5 Responses to Readers’ Workouts — November 26

  1. Janelle J says:

    I have really increased my exercise between Boot Camp, Cardio Kickboxing, and lots and lots of hip strengthening exercises, in addition to getting back to running! I will probably take Thanksgiving off, but will be exercising Wednesday and Friday! I posted a link about my cardio kickboxing class!

  2. Ali says:

    I bailed on my Wednesday workout because I was sick, but last night I got an “outstanding” ffrom the lead sparring instructor, which was a first.

    Feeling a little sore today, but I earned it, so I feel good

  3. Cinthia says:

    Love this idea of reading and working out together. I sometimes run while listening to books on my iPod. Since I run long distance, I go through a book a week. Cheers and happy reading, exercising, etc.

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