Day 15: Shadow Boxing
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Are you upset about something? Is a client driving you mad? Punch out your frustrations and improve your muscle tone at the same time.
Step 1: You can punch it out while sitting in your chair, but scoot your chair back so you don't put a hole in your computer monitor. The exercise is more effective (and more fun) if you stand and walk around the room. Get into it – pretend you're Rocky or Ali!
Step 2: Punch your arms out in front of you, switching sides, and changing your motions any way you choose.
Step 3: Box for a minute or until you've released your anger.
Now, don't you feel better?
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