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Lately I find myself making excuses to get things done. Some of the things that I wanted to do were to wake up early to exercise before work and to read certain books that have been sitting on my shelf. I came across a great 3 minute talk from Matt Cutts who talks about trying something new for 30 days. He says the trick is to have short sustainable goals that will be easy to achieve, this way you are more likely to get them done. My first 30 day challenge will be to read at least 10 pages a day of a book that I would like to read (Pain Free by Pete Egoscue and Supple Leopard by Kelly Starrett). I will continue to add something for 30 days or take something away for 30 days and let you about the outcome. Do you have anything that you want to start or stop? Don’t wait for the New Year’s resolution to begin something new – get a head start and do your 30 challenge now.

Here is the video that I watched:

What ideas do you have for your 30 day challenge? Any challenges that you would like us to try (don’t get too crazy here )? Please share on our facebook page:


Stay Healthy My Friends,

Dr. T-Rod



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