Mykidstime 21 Day Health & Fitness Challenge – Day 21

Fiona O'Donnell

Fiona O'Donnell

April 29, 2022

MyKidsTime Health and Fitness Challenge Day 21

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Congratulations, it’s Day 21 and you have completed the Mykidstime 21 Day Health & Fitness Challenge! If you missed yesterday’s video, catch up with Day 20 here.

Our health and wellbeing expert, Fiona O’Donnell, explains what’s involved for Day 21 in the video below. We want you to tell us during the challenge how you are getting on so tag us on social using #mkt21days and we’ll give you some encouragement! 

Mykidstime 21 Day Health & Fitness Challenge: Day 21 – What Next?

It is the final day of our 21 day challenge and you might find yourself wondering ‘where do I go next?’. And we’re going to make a plan and go right back to the beginning!

Your challenge for today is to go back and write down the movements that you’ve enjoyed and the nutrition changes you’ve made over the past few weeks.

  • What is different for you this week compared to three weeks ago?
  • What changes have you made that have allowed you to feel better?
  • What has allowed you to potentially feel more mobile or to feel stronger?
  • Have you kept up the press up challenge?
  • Have you kept up the shoulder mobility?

From there, I’m going to suggest that over the next couple of weeks you repeat the 21 day challenge. Go back to the beginning and start all over again – you may find yourself at a different level, you may find that what you’re doing is a little bit easier, but that’s exactly what we want.

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You should have progressed if you’ve been consistent with your movement and your behaviours over the last 21 days. If you find that you’re not really any fitter, I want you to ask yourself if you engaged consistently with taking action.

Did you get out for that minimum of 10 minutes a day? Did you do your mobility exercises? Did you manage to add protein to your daily meals?

Today’s challenge is to reflect on the changes you’ve made and ask yourself ‘if I had engaged in each one of them diligently, where would I be now?’ and apply the answer to the next 21 days. Are you able to apply yourself even one percent more over the next three weeks?

If you feel what was missing was a little bit of extra accountability, then you know where to find me and if you’re curious about how we could work together, I would be delighted to bring you forward on your journey.

Ready to get started? Head back to Day 1 and give yourself another 21 days to feel fitter, stronger and healthier!

If you have any questions about anything on the Challenge, email Fiona or send her a message on InstagramFacebook and use hashtag #mkt21days to let us know how you got on with the Challenge!

Mykidstime 21 Day Health and Fitness Challenge

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Published On: April 29th, 2022 / Categories: For Parents, Lifestyle / Last Updated: September 21st, 2022 / Tags: , , /

About the Author: Fiona O'Donnell

Fiona O'Donnell
Fiona O’Donnell is a fitness, health and wellness advocate. She has a background in diagnostic cardiology and qualified as a Clinical Physiologist. She left that role to move into the prevention aspect of health and wellness. She holds a Masters in Exercise and Nutrition Science. Since then, she has been working with 1:1 clients, teams, corporates and colleges developing wellness programmes, offering insight into poor lifestyle choices, and steering clients in the direction of a healthier version of themselves. Her ethos is ‘health first’ and while she is happy to help individuals who have short-term goals, her real aim is lifelong health and wellness. When not working with clients, she spends time riding her horse, training for the sport of triathlon (occasionally competing), doing yoga, travelling, spending time at the beach with her kids, and cooking (not in that order).

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