30-Day Challenge: Active Living

, 30-Day Challenge: Active Living, Fit Average Jo
, 30-Day Challenge: Active Living, Fit Average Jo

 If you are someone who is keen to ease their way back into fitness (who is back at a beginner level) with some basic motivation, workouts and staple exercises then the Fit Average Jo on-line 30 Day Challenge may be for you.  It is a planned 30 day slow and steady entry-level return journey to exercise program.

This on-line app based program lasts for 30 days and includes 1-2 daily exercise(s) to perform (rotating through 5 different ones), walking days, supportive daily messages (about mindful eating and gratitude journaling), and a start and finish progress assessment. It will help you get back into exercise at a nice and slow pace.  You can link it to your smart watch if you like.

I am seeing great success getting people back into exercise with this app based program. It’s around a dollar a day to get you back on track with your health and well-being. Your 30 days starts from a date you decide so it can be a great Christmas present for someone. Buy now for a new year start.

**This is an ‘entry-level’ return to exercise program and not a program for people who are fit or have lived the gym lifestyle.**

You will access the program via an app for $30 for 30 days. That just a $1 a day to help get you on track to health and fitness! Just to make sure you are safe to exercise I will do some mandatory exercise screen questions with you before you start. I need to make sure exercise is going to be a good thing for you. 

Find out more at FitAverageJo.com

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Published by Fit Average Jo

I am a Personal Trainer working in the Outback. I love fitness and travel so I have combined both loves on social media. I am an Average Jo. I am fit, but I am not a fitness bunny. I am real. I eat nice food, I drink tasty beverages and I train it off with boxing, bootcamps and running. I travel any chance I can. Join me on my fitness and travel journey.

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