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    • Mary Zeka

      put many different exercises in 1 cup and pick a certain number of them at random for your daily work out. put them in the done cup when you've finished. then when you've gone through all the popsicle sticks, put them back in the daily workout cup and start over! good way to keep your work out fresh so as to not do the same routine everyday and create muscle memory. This is a great Idea!!

    • Meredith H

      Daily workout idea - Write a bunch of exercises on popsicle sticks and put them in one cup. Whenever you have a chance, grab one, do what it says, and move the stick to the Done cup.

    • Monica du Plessis

      Use Popsicle sticks as motivation to work out. What a good idea!

    • Kayla Macomber

      What a great idea. Write a bunch of exercises on popsicle sticks and put them in one cup. Whenever you have a chance, grab one, do what it says, and move the stick to the Done cup. Cool idea.

    • Lindsay C

      I like this for Brain Breaks in my classroom too! Use Popsicle sticks as motivation to work out. | Community Post: 32 Creative Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know

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