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Turn Last Week’s Healthy for the Holidays Fitness Plan Into a Month

Turn Last Week’s Healthy for the Holidays Fitness Plan Into a Month
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It’s a busy time, so we need to keep things as simple as possible. If you joined us last week, just repeat this weekly schedule of one 20-minute workout each day for the next three weeks to stay on track with your health and fitness goals during the month — feel free to add your own workouts whenever you like!

If you’re just seeing this, here’s the recap. There’s never a bad time to join.

Day 1:  Indoor Cardio Workout

Day 2: Total-Body Training

Day 3: A.B.S. (Abs, Back + Stability)

Day 4: Interval Training

Day 5: Stretch + Relax

Day 6: Wild Card Workout (optional)

Try something new! Join a friend for a new fitness class, ski with your partner, speed walk in the mall. Think outside of the box and challenge your body with something different.

Day 7: Active Rest Day

Enjoy a day off but stay active by walking, cleaning, dancing, playing with the kids — and remember: Holiday shopping counts!

Remember to check in on the blog or on social media so we can cheer you on. Tag @MyFitnessPal, and let us know how your workout went!

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