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Work it Out Wednesday: Make a Change Workout

Happy 2014!

How is this even possible? I swear, I feel older and older each year. wink

The start of a new year means many things to people. For some it’s a fresh start, and others just another day.

For me, the first of a new year brings a bit of the doldrums. All the hype and excitement leading up to Christmas, the wonderful memories with family and friends, and then suddenly back to work with no official work days off until Memorial Day.

Memorial Day.


Who does that!?

I do. I do that.

But no more.

And that, my friends, leads me to today’s post.

Changes in 2014.

I’m not a big resolution maker, so don’t worry- I’m not going to go down a mile-long bucket list of all the fitness goals I want to attain or places I want to visit.

Rather, I just want to convey that 2014 is our chance to make a change and start something new.

Start a new healthy habit.

Start a new hobby.

Start a new Sunday afternoon family activity.

Whatever… just a chance to start anew.

Pick something and do it.

Don’t make a gigantic list down to the millionth degree of things you hope to achieve and know you never will.

Make a realistic goal and do it.

And do it NOW.

One of my goals is to take more time off. I hardly ever use vacation, with the exception of a few days off during football season. It’s not healthy for my body or mind. This year, I want to take better care of myself and give myself much needed rest, even if it’s just a Friday here and there.

Another one of my 2014 goals is to live a life that honors God each and every day. I have wasted such a huge chunk of my life doing everything but that-and no more. I need a healthy heart before I can even begin to tackle the rest of a healthful life, so that is my number one priority this year.

Whatever you strive for this coming year, know it’s never too late. If you are alive and breathing, there’s still time to make a change- and don’t you dare think there’s not.

Let’s stop letting life pass us by, and take hold of the things we can change- and do it.

Starting with this Make a Change New Year’s Workout

Do a 5 minute warm-up on the treadmill, followed by the following:

Make a change workout
Make a change workout

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brittny I'm B-Love. Lover of God, my husband Will, my doggies, OU football, weight training, plyometrics healthy eating (mostly!), peanut butter, and all things health related. Buckle up and get ready for my constant embarrassing moments, health and fitness tips,and my effort to rely on Christ while living life in the real world. Follow me on Feedly! Sign up for monthly emails at!

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