If you’re feeling motivated, the next step in the progression might include some of the following:
Either increase your exercise days to 4 (instead of the suggested 3 for week 1)
Increase some or all of your exercise sessions from 15 minutes to 20 or 25 minutes per session.
Get a calorie counter booklet which breaks foods down into fats, carbohydrates and protein and begin to get an idea of the different elements of the foods you are eating.
Look into joining a health club or getting yourself a new piece of home exercise equipment in the near future. If you stay on your program consistently for a month, it might be a good time to act on these suggestions.

If you find that your program is difficult or so obligatory that it’s uncomfortable, some re-thinking might be helpful. Perhaps the activity that was chosen for the exercise program was NOT the best. Try to think of another activity which you might prefer. Maybe, an aerobics tape or a video calisthenic’s program might be more up your alley. Don’t close your mind. There are an abundance of different vehicles available for the seeker of fitness programs.

Some of the men might be more inclined to do some form of resistance training. As long as the program is conservative and moderate, this is a fine way to “get into” exercise. Some women might find a yoga or stretching program a subtle way to become involved in physical activity. Remember, almost ANY structured program of consistent physical exercise is better than none.

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