Jeethan's health challenge is

I want to get in shape, but I keep postponing my workouts
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Jeethan's Program Timeline
Day 21

iHealthU suggests...

Make it an everyday thing

Make it an everyday thing
Still can't make time for exercise? Here is an easy solution: Just walk. Instead of shopping in bulk, make a daily walking trip to the market to shop for the essentials (like NutriChoice biscuits!). This will ensure you get some exercise everyday.

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Day 20

iHealthU suggests...

Time to play

Time to play
Try a different approach to exercise: Play

Pick up a Frisbee from your neighborhood toy store, gather your friends and family, make teams and get started. It's a simple game that never gets old or boring. This doesn't just guarantee some fun exercise, it also means some quality time spent with your loved ones!

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Day 19

iHealthU suggests...

Time for a Treat!

Time for a Treat!
Are your feet aching from all the exercise? It's time for a treat. An age-old remedy that never fails is soaking your feet in hot water!

Pamper your feet by rubbing in some hot oil. Put them in a tub of soothing warm water and relax for 10-15 minutes. Massage your toes and ankle when you dry off.

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Day 18

iHealthU suggests...

Create a Checklist

Create a Checklist
Spend 10 minutes to make a checklist every week. Jot down your exercise goals. Pin this to your mirror or the fridge and check off the goals one by one as you complete them. Here's a sample one we like:

  • Try Surya Namaskar in the morning
  • Do Pushups when watching TV
  • Walk 10 mins at Lunch Break.
  • Get a Skipping Rope.
  • Run like hell once a week.
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 17

    iHealthU suggests...

    Find a Fitness Friend

    Find a Fitness Friend
    Exercising alone can get quite boring. Find a fitness friend by inviting your friends to this challenge. Sharing your goals and challenges is the best way to make exercise fun and exciting!

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 16

    iHealthU suggests...

    Try a new exercise

    Try a new exercise
    Today, we're going to be a kid again! Dig into the nearest toy chest and find a skipping rope. Did you know that this childhood activity is so beneficial that even professional athletes recommend it? It helps you burn calories fast, enhances your stamina and coordination, and tones your muscles.

    Try this pattern, once you get used to skipping.

  • Warm up by slow jumps.
  • Begin with 20 seconds in your optimum speed.
  • Move to 10 seconds in slow speed.
  • Repeat this 8 times. That’s about just under 5 minutes.
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 15

    iHealthU suggests...

    Start with shopping

    Start with shopping
    Let's start with something we all enjoy- Shopping. Go for a quick shopping trip on your way back from work and pick up some essentials to start exercise on a happy note.

    A few must-haves are:

  • Walking/Running Shoes
  • Yoga mat
  • Track Pants
  • Skipping Rope
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 14

    iHealthU suggests...

    Make it an everyday thing

    Make it an everyday thing
    Still can't make time for exercise? Here is an easy solution: Just walk. Instead of shopping in bulk, make a daily walking trip to the market to shop for the essentials (like NutriChoice biscuits!). This will ensure you get some exercise everyday.

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 13

    iHealthU suggests...

    Time to play

    Time to play
    Try a different approach to exercise: Play

    Pick up a Frisbee from your neighborhood toy store, gather your friends and family, make teams and get started. It's a simple game that never gets old or boring. This doesn't just guarantee some fun exercise, it also means some quality time spent with your loved ones!

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 12

    iHealthU suggests...

    Time for a Treat!

    Time for a Treat!
    Are your feet aching from all the exercise? It's time for a treat. An age-old remedy that never fails is soaking your feet in hot water!

    Pamper your feet by rubbing in some hot oil. Put them in a tub of soothing warm water and relax for 10-15 minutes. Massage your toes and ankle when you dry off.

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 11

    iHealthU suggests...

    Create a Checklist

    Create a Checklist
    Spend 10 minutes to make a checklist every week. Jot down your exercise goals. Pin this to your mirror or the fridge and check off the goals one by one as you complete them. Here's a sample one we like:

  • Try Surya Namaskar in the morning
  • Do Pushups when watching TV
  • Walk 10 mins at Lunch Break.
  • Get a Skipping Rope.
  • Run like hell once a week.
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 10

    iHealthU suggests...

    Find a Fitness Friend

    Find a Fitness Friend
    Exercising alone can get quite boring. Find a fitness friend by inviting your friends to this challenge. Sharing your goals and challenges is the best way to make exercise fun and exciting!

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 09

    iHealthU suggests...

    Try a new exercise

    Try a new exercise
    Today, we're going to be a kid again! Dig into the nearest toy chest and find a skipping rope. Did you know that this childhood activity is so beneficial that even professional athletes recommend it? It helps you burn calories fast, enhances your stamina and coordination, and tones your muscles.

    Try this pattern, once you get used to skipping.

  • Warm up by slow jumps.
  • Begin with 20 seconds in your optimum speed.
  • Move to 10 seconds in slow speed.
  • Repeat this 8 times. That’s about just under 5 minutes.
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 08

    iHealthU suggests...

    Start with shopping

    Start with shopping
    Let's start with something we all enjoy- Shopping. Go for a quick shopping trip on your way back from work and pick up some essentials to start exercise on a happy note.

    A few must-haves are:

  • Walking/Running Shoes
  • Yoga mat
  • Track Pants
  • Skipping Rope
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 07

    iHealthU suggests...

    Make it an everyday thing

    Make it an everyday thing
    Still can't make time for exercise? Here is an easy solution: Just walk. Instead of shopping in bulk, make a daily walking trip to the market to shop for the essentials (like NutriChoice biscuits!). This will ensure you get some exercise everyday.

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 06

    iHealthU suggests...

    Time to play

    Time to play
    Try a different approach to exercise: Play

    Pick up a Frisbee from your neighborhood toy store, gather your friends and family, make teams and get started. It's a simple game that never gets old or boring. This doesn't just guarantee some fun exercise, it also means some quality time spent with your loved ones!

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 05

    iHealthU suggests...

    Time for a Treat!

    Time for a Treat!
    Are your feet aching from all the exercise? It's time for a treat. An age-old remedy that never fails is soaking your feet in hot water!

    Pamper your feet by rubbing in some hot oil. Put them in a tub of soothing warm water and relax for 10-15 minutes. Massage your toes and ankle when you dry off.

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 04

    iHealthU suggests...

    Create a Checklist

    Create a Checklist
    Spend 10 minutes to make a checklist every week. Jot down your exercise goals. Pin this to your mirror or the fridge and check off the goals one by one as you complete them. Here's a sample one we like:

  • Try Surya Namaskar in the morning
  • Do Pushups when watching TV
  • Walk 10 mins at Lunch Break.
  • Get a Skipping Rope.
  • Run like hell once a week.
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 03

    iHealthU suggests...

    Find a Fitness Friend

    Find a Fitness Friend
    Exercising alone can get quite boring. Find a fitness friend by inviting your friends to this challenge. Sharing your goals and challenges is the best way to make exercise fun and exciting!

    Oops... I missed it

    Day 02

    iHealthU suggests...

    Try a new exercise

    Try a new exercise
    Today, we're going to be a kid again! Dig into the nearest toy chest and find a skipping rope. Did you know that this childhood activity is so beneficial that even professional athletes recommend it? It helps you burn calories fast, enhances your stamina and coordination, and tones your muscles.

    Try this pattern, once you get used to skipping.

  • Warm up by slow jumps.
  • Begin with 20 seconds in your optimum speed.
  • Move to 10 seconds in slow speed.
  • Repeat this 8 times. That’s about just under 5 minutes.
  • Oops... I missed it

    Day 01

    iHealthU suggests...

    Start with shopping

    Start with shopping
    Let's start with something we all enjoy- Shopping. Go for a quick shopping trip on your way back from work and pick up some essentials to start exercise on a happy note.

    A few must-haves are:

  • Walking/Running Shoes
  • Yoga mat
  • Track Pants
  • Skipping Rope
  • Yes, I did it the iHealthU way.