Do I have to work out everyday?

  • I realize that ideally I would do a daily burn workout daily. However, there are days where I simply don't have time. I'm also just starting Ignite, and finding that I am very tired all day long. Is it written somewhere that I need to do my workout (true beginner) daily, or just as often as possible?

    MelanieMak   by: MelanieMak
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    shellyanne00  2 months ago by: shellyanne00

    I've wondered this myself and I have days that I've missed. I just make it up on another day I have more time. I'm not sure what the best thing to do is? But would love to also hear an answer on this.

    • shellyanne00
      shellyanne00 2 months ago

      I think just do the best you can and be moving when you can. You are here and trying and that's the best start. :) Keep it up and just don't give up if you have to miss a day here or there.

    • MelanieMak
      MelanieMak 2 months ago

      thanks shellyanne!

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    natombomb  2 months ago by: natombomb

    Its not uncommon for me to skip days due to busy work and family schedules. Sometimes I swap my meditation day with a work out day to accommodate. Other times I will do two workouts to make up for skipped days. The latter though, requires one to be mindful to avoid injury.

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    TheodoraDailyBurn  2 months ago by: TheodoraDailyBurn

    Most of our programs are set up to have you work out every day, or nearly every day, but if you miss a day or so, you can just pick up where you left off.

    • MelanieMak
      MelanieMak 2 months ago

      Thank you for your fast answer!

    • johnnym9112
      johnnym9112 2 months ago

      you don't have to work out everyday but the more you do the better you will feel

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