• Myles Shin

Today I Started... To Use the 2 Day Rule

The 2 day rule: never stop for more than a day. Whatever you do, make sure you don't stop longer than a day. This way, you can avoid it for one day if you have something really important that day, but you have to do it again the next day. I am going to start this today with working out. I used to do 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats a day, but I stopped last year saying that "I need to study." But in reality, it only takes about 10 minutes out of my day. This means that it honestly doesn't take much out of my day. I want to start working out again because I started to notice how I was losing all of my strength. I want to be able to be comfortable in my body and, not only that, working out feels good too.

I want to get back in shape; hopefully this will help me force myself to. I haven't been able to hold my workouts for more than a year. This will make me. I want to train myself to hold myself accountable and I want to test out this to see if it works. I was inspired by this video I saw on YouTube by this minimalist named Matthew D'Avella. I really enjoy his content and aspire to be as passionate about all of my belongings as he is. This is the first day of my 2 Day Rule journey and if it works for working out, then I will implement it into other parts of my life.


D'Avella, Matt, director. The Two Day Rule. YouTube, YouTube, 3 Sept. 2019,