We asked ChatGPT: What does a hero do?
Answer: A hero is someone who is admired and respected for their courage, nobility, and strength of character. They often display qualities such as selflessness and bravery by standing up for what is right, protecting the vulnerable, and helping those in need. Heroes can come in many forms, whether they are everyday people or larger-than-life figures
Be a hero to yourself - not the hero you deserve, but the one you need
Pick a 10-minute window out of your day - anytime works for now. When possible, begin to use the same time of day - you are wiring yourself to automatically create energy. One day you'll suddenly realize how good you feel when approaching that window. If you miss the window, no sweat, get your 10-minutes in!
This is the 10MIN.Hero Practice
NOW - what are you doing in that 10 Minute window? You’re going to be a hero, and you can’t be a hero without trying hard. Try hard for just 10 minutes today. Then do it again tomorrow. Tired today? That’s great - do it anyway. Really not feeling it right now? That’s great - do it anyway.
The 10MIN.Hero system combines biomechanical triggers with a daily practice of discipline and self-accountability. Do you lie to yourself? That’s great - welcome the 10-MIN.Hero into your life to get that shit out of your system. Do you make excuses and procrastinate when you don’t want to do something? That’s great - be a hero for 10 min.
Heroes always win
You can build out the 10-MIN.Hero system to accommodate you. When you first begin this program if you like pushups then do them, if you like jumping jacks then do them. Mold that 10- minute window to include things you’re good at when you first start out. You can increase the intensity or change the movements altogether as you progress.
Daily Exercise is of vital importance, contributing to the regulation many components of our bodies
- maintain a healthy weight
- boost your self-confidence and self-esteem, both of which are important for a happy life
- have more energy
- improve their mood
- help prevent health problems such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes
- helps the body use food more efficiently
- feel more energetic
- get a good night’s sleep (feel more energetic during the day)
- improve people’s moods
- relieve stress and anxiety
When people are active, their body produces endorphins and serotonin that make people feel happy and energetic.
Do activity that interests you. If it appeals to you - go to an empty field and throw a ball as far as you can, then go chase it down
EXAMPLE PROTOCOLS (choose the order that works for you):
- 10 Burpees
- 20 Jumping Jacks
- 30 Pushups
- 30 Situps
- 20 Squats
- 20 Burpees
- 40 Jumping Jacks
- 50 Pushups
- 50 Situps
- 40 Squats
ADVANCED (no breaks)
- 20 Pull-Ups
- 30 Burpees
- 40 Jumping Jacks
- 80 Pushups
- 80 Situps
- 60 Squats