Back on December 28, 2012, I tried doing one push-up and it turned into a full workout. On the very next day, I wrote and published a post called “The One Push-up Challenge.”
I challenged people to do one push-up per day, every day, and see what happens. I did the challenge myself, and it ultimately led me to develop a full-sized gym habit and additional life-changing “mini habits” (the title of my worldwide bestselling book about the strategy).
Everything was great. I had a strong gym habit… but then I lost it.
I stopped exercising. I admit it. As the creator of an extremely popular strategy meant to make behaviors reliable and habitual, I was failing. [Continue Reading…]