FINDING SATISFACTION IN WHAT CAN BE DONE

 

APRIL FITNESS CHALLENGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINDING SATISFACTION IN WHAT CAN BE DONE

Have you joined The Disabled Diva’s Fitness Buddy group on Facebook?

Current members, scroll below to read this month’s challenge rules.

If not, it is time you joined the fun!

This group is for anyone who needs a little accountability and encouragement to help them stick to their fitness goals.  You could have fibromyalgia, an autoimmune disease, arthritis, diabetes, MS, or any other chronic illness.  In fact you don’t even need to be ill.  I needed motivation and encouragement before I was chronically ill just as much as I do now!

The group goal is to move our bodies every day.  This means in whatever form of exercise you are able to do.  If you can go for walks, that’s perfect and if not, that’s perfect too! Whether you  run around the block, walk to the end of your driveway, or stretch your muscles every morning, you are welcome.

This group is not about killing yourself or triggering a flare in order to exercise your chronic body.  Instead it is about figuring out how to incorporate physical movement into your day without having it disrupt your life.

Each month a challenge is issued.  Members earn entries to win Starbucks and Amazon eGift cards just by following a few simple rules.

Sound fun?

Then check out April’s challenge!

*Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I receive a commission when you make a purchase through my links. The proceeds earned fund the giveaways I host in my Facebook groups.

April’s challenge is simple and sweet.

This month your challenge is to find satisfaction in what you are able to do.

You should be overjoyed when you exceed your daily goal.

You ought to be joyful about hitting your daily goal.

You need to be okay with falling short of your daily goal when your chronic illness decides to misbehave.

AND

You have to be willing to accept that an extended flare, injury, or illness may require decreasing your daily goal.

For one month you are going to go to bed each night satisfied with what you were able to physically do.

The only way to be dissatisfied would be if you didn’t make an effort.  But, I know that won’t be you!  Why, because I read your comments on the daily check in posts, I know that each and everyone of you who participates in the challenges makes an effort to do what you can no matter how cruddy you feel.  Every single one of you is a warrior!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So here is the deal….

April’s challenge will last for four weeks.

1-7

8-14

15-21

22-28

Step one: If you haven’t already, join the group .

Step two: See the challenge post located in the announcements and comment with “I AM IN”  to join the challenge.

Step three: Earn up to three entries daily.  Earn one entry for posting your results (this could be steps or miles walked, minutes of cardio, yoga, tai chi, Pilates, stretching, water aerobics, etc.) .  Earn a second for sharing how you feel about what your ability for that day was.  A third point is yours if you include a statement of being satisfied with what you accomplished for that day.

Each week one winner will be drawn, no later than 5 days after each challenge week ends.

Winner chooses between a $5 Starbucks or a $5 Amazon eGift card.

This month is about trying our best and being satisfied when our best isn’t as grandiose as we would like it to be.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starbucks, Amazon, and Facebook are not affiliated with these drawings.

The Disabled Diva is not a medical professional and does not issue medical advice.  Always seek the advice of a medical professional before starting any new exercise program.

 

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