Keith returned home from Peace Corps looking like he should be modeling underwear for Calvin Klein. I told him he looked absolutely fit. Playfully, he credited chewing coca leaves every day. Then he told me about The Deck.
I rather make the best of my surroundings than go to the gym. I choose to do general exercises that require no equipment or weights.
My fitness routine is often changing. I’ve never forgotten Keith’s Deck workout, and lately, it found it’s way back into my life. I love it and today I’m sharing it with you. You might want to use The Deck to mix up your workout.
Here’s How To Create Your Own Deck
Dig into that junk drawer and pull out a deck of playing cards. It doesn’t have to be a complete deck. For example, this current set of mine only has 30 cards. O’well, good enough.
First, I write down on a note card the cards: ace, two, three, etc.
Next, I write an exercise next to each card: abs, push-ups, lunges, etc.
Then I shuffle the cards and complete the workout in random order.
I don’t always (actually rarely) make it through the entire deck in one sitting, but if I can make it through a deck a day, I know I’m doing great.
I try to make fun games for myself. For example, if I can complete a deck of cards before 7 p.m. I give myself a gold medal. At the end of the week I try to achieve five gold medals.
Want the perfect Deck just for your fitness level? That’s my thing. I can help you with that.
From Morning Moves