Try this free program 3 days a week (less than 20 minutes, no equipment necessary) if you need a simple, workable plan to follow. What do you have to lose? 20 minutes. But what you have to gain!
How did the last two weeks go? Did you incorporate any of these exercises? If so, you probably found that they were light to medium – not super hard – but you might have been a little sore. If you continued to do 3-6 sessions, you’d see the soreness quickly drops away, and you get better and faster at the program. Please let me know how it went for you! I love feedback and learn from all of it. firstname.lastname@example.org
Exercise Program for the Tech Executive Part II
Sitting down and working all day is not manual labor, but it’s actually pretty tough on the body. Our bodies do well moving a certain amount in the day, and that’s hard to do if your job is to focus and be electronically available for hours at a time.
If you are a tech executive or business executive, you’ll benefit from incorporating these exercises into your life. Check out Part I for some background info and details about this program:
Feel Better From 20 Minutes a Day
Chances are, you know some benefits of exercise, and you even know some exercises. The challenge is more likely that after focusing and working on all, you just don’t want to think anymore about what to do in the gym. If that sounds familiar, and you’d like increased energy, decreased pain, try this program.
Pick 3 days this week, and give yourself 20 minutes. You can do this!
How to Follow This Plan and What’s Different This Week
This week builds on last week, and adds two exercises, the lunge and pullaparts. Do 8 reps of each exercise, then move to the next exercise. After you have done all 4 exercises for 8 reps, repeat the circuit. (Scroll down for hyperlinks and videos). It will look like this:
8 lunges, then 8 pullaparts
8 bear crawl (forward and backward, worth it!)
8 Reach for ceiling
Evaluate how that was, decide to do another set. Aim for 3 this first go round, and note how long it took you. Very do-able!
Do It! And Update Me!
Exercises listed below. Each exercise name is a hyperlink to a YouTube instructional video, and videos are embedded below as well. Let me know how this goes! Email me with any feedback or questions!