Short Gal’s Weight Loss: Daily Cardio Challenge
Exercise
Morgan Medeiros MSc
November 10, 2017
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short gals weight loss daily cardio challengeIf you’re anything like the average American, you have the best intentions around diet and exercise, but the time, effort, and ability to make it happen often feels sparse in the wake of busy 9-5 schedules. The effort required to prepare healthy meals and get to the gym seems comparable to a daily Everest climb.

Luckily, it is absolutely possible to lose weight even in the midst of daily chaos. Our Short Gal’s Weight Loss Guide gives you the diet and exercise tools needed to get in shape and stay that way- no matter what your schedule throws at you.

If driving to the gym after work each day (or worse, waking up at 5 AM to face strangers and a treadmill while bleary-eyed and under-caffeinated) makes you want to weep, we’ve got a better option: our easy, 30 minute cardio plan can be performed at home without equipment, providing an easy answer to your exercise conundrum.

Perform the following routine 3-4 days a week, using a rest day or utilizing our Short Gal’s Strength Training workout in between days.

Repeat routine twice.

• Jog or jog in place 3 minutes.
• Walk or march in place 1 minute.
• Jog or jog in place 3 minutes.
• Walk or march in place 1 minute.
• 1 minute high knees.
• Walk or march in place 2 minutes.
• Jog or jog in place 3 minutes.
• Walk or march in place 1 minute.

Morgan Medeiros is a certified nutritionist, holding a both a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition. Morgan completed her undergraduate education at Central Washington University, and her graduate education at Northeastern University. During her time as a graduate student, Morgan focused her area of expertise in health education, weight management, and behavioral change. Morgan has experience working in areas of nutritional neuroscience and disease prevention, obesity prevention, and weight loss. Morgan also works in areas of nutritional analysis and menu labeling for restaurants, where she is able to creatively bridge her interest in food culture and health education. In her free time, Morgan enjoys traveling, reading, writing, running, and spending time with her family and friends (including- most importantly- her dog, Clyde).

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