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Slow Fitness

Lots of people get out of shape, don't think about it, and then one day hit rock bottom or have a realization and go crazy to get into shape.

I'm not sure that's the best way to go about it.

I was pretty significantly injured in March (described here), and my fitness probably hit a low point in May. Now it's interesting - I actually haven't been on any sort of hardcore program since then, but I see my fitness levels improving.

I started working in movement and motion into every day. I tried to go for a walk, at least 15 minutes but ideally an hour every single day. No matter how busy you are, you could find time to do this.

I multi-task the walk. At the very least, I listen to an audiobook. This seven hours of walking time each week means I get through lots of audiobooks, which is great. I'm learning every day.

When was your last consolidation day?

I love building. I love expansion. I love making new things, doing new things.

But that's only one side of the coin. Expansion is fantastic, but you need to consolidate your gains.

Most of the time, you can consolidate a little bit each day. Clean things up, put things away.

But when's the last time you devoted an entire day to consolidation?

I try to do it at least 3 times a month. It's fantastic.

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