Got 5 Minutes? I’ve Got a Workout for You

I love being in the gym. It’s “fun” for me.

In a perfect world, I would dedicate five days a week to leisurely strolling into the gym and starting off with a nice, brisk paced walk on the treadmill before transitioning to a 5–to-10 minute dynamic warm up. Eventually, once the stars have aligned and I’m 100% mentally & physically prepared, I’d go ahead and move on…

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CPPS, NESTA Fitness Nutrition Coach. I write about improving yourself by developing good habits. Website: www.harrisfitsystems.com - IG: zackharris01

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Zack Harris

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CPPS, NESTA Fitness Nutrition Coach. I write about improving yourself by developing good habits. Website: www.harrisfitsystems.com - IG: zackharris01

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