May 29, 2021

Keeping the machine well tuned up

Bryan Anton Hines
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It’s a fresh start of the day and sometimes you don’t want to get started, but you know that you have to get yourself ready.

It’s a fresh start of the day and sometimes you don’t want to get started, but you know that you have to get yourself ready. Some of us have a daily mission or planned out day. Keeping the machine well tuned up is a daily, short workout session. It is a consistent 30 minute workout. 30 minutes, you may ask or wonder, “Why so short?”

Well, it doesn’t take a lot to do simple exercises like push-ups, sit-ups, or air squats. Each exercise can be a count of 15 to 30 repetitions for three to four sets. These different exercises “touch up” on the different sections of the body, and doing them correctly will help you stay toned up.

Always remember to stretch either afterwards or in between each rotation. Doing these classic exercises on a daily basis will help to keep you tuned up when you aren’t able to make it to any gym regularly. This can be useful to help maintain keeping you “well tuned up.” Also, if you integrate resistance bands or workout balls when you do not have weights, these extra tools can help keep you toned up.

We were all given one body of all different shapes and sizes; some short and some tall, but it’s up to us to take care of ourselves.

1 Corinthians 6:19-20: Your body is a temple so treat it right.

So glorify God in your body by taking care of yourself and keeping the machine that you are well tuned physically, mentally, and spiritually.

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