Day Two: Be inspired or inspiring
From this point on, unless the day’s mental exercise dictates otherwise, we will actually focus on a certain body part—an exercise you can do anywhere. The routines I will break down can be combined, added to, or done by themselves, dependent on your current fitness level. If you are novice, go easy and don’t push too hard, but don’t take it too easy. If you are intermediate or advanced, you can easily add these exercises to your routine for added value (regardless of what body part you are working beyond it).
If exercise isn’t enjoyable to you, I get it. Like I said, it’s not always enjoyable to me. If the expected results come too slowly and that doesn’t get you motivated, then think of the people who cannot exercise and wish they could. You are literally no better off than they are—though you have the opportunity to do what they can’t. What about BEING an inspiration to someone else by getting up right now and doing the following exercise whether you WANT to or NOT?
Flat Bench Knee Pull Ins- Sit on a bench with your legs extended out in front of you slightly before parallel, and your arms holding on to the sides of the bench. Lean back, so that your torso is at about a 45-degree angle. Bring your knees in towards your chest, as you move your chest towards them at the same time. Extend legs back out to the starting position, and repeat for desired repetitions.