The First Part
The first thing I ask you to do is commit to walking lunges. Lunges are difficult and they will unquestionably make you sore. It’s one of those things that seems like it might be easy, but it’s tough for even the most advanced athletes.
Whether you are in the beginner or advanced category, you CAN make it 15 minutes minimum. That’s the requirement. Whether you have to do 3 minutes and rest, or all 15 minutes straight, get it done. It takes most people about 15 minutes to make it 400 meters being in decent shape.
Overall, after you’re done lifting weights, you’ll have a total of around 30 minutes between commute and lunge time.
The Second Part
Now for the learn. After you’re done lifting and it’s time to lunge, stop listening to music. Start listening to something that is going to make you smart. Listen to a podcast that’s going to build optimism and confidence in your life. Get in a minimum of 30 minutes per day, plus during your conditioning. If you can commit to 30 minutes of conditioning while learning for the next calendar year, the easy math adds up.
400 Meters of Daily Lunges x 365 Days = 91.25 miles
30 Days of Learning Material x 365 Days = 109 hours