1) For me it gives me that transition (or barrier) between my work time and my home time. That way after a good workout, I can relax the rest of the day
2) I’m not a morning person. I would have to wake up extra early (3 hours earlier) to drive to the gym, workout, shower, change, and drive to work.
3) if I had the convenience of have workout equipment at home I may reconsider. But I still would have to have a good stress relieving activity in the evening as a barrier between work time and non-work time
I have had some success with the 8 minute challenge. Weekends are easy but week days are not. II am going to try to make time foe short workout one or two week day mornings.
A brisk walk at lunch and / or exercising after work on weekdays less rushed.
- What “secret” exercises you do at your work table?
- What’s a great at-home exercise?
- I struggle with depression, but I always feel better after I exercise. Motivating myself to exercise when I feel so down is difficult, however. Do you have any tricks to motivate yourself to exercise when you just plain don’t want to? 🙂
- How do you motivate yourself to exercise? I need help!
- Do you work out as soon as you wake up?
- How do you get yourself exercising when you are already exhausted or have no energy?
- Practitioners of Ayurveda: How do you start to energize the body? How fast can it happen?
- Why work out if I’m not seeing results?
- How often do you exercise per week and how many hours each session?
- I wake up in the morning, drink water, fold my bed sheets and all, then exercise, and then take a shower. So my question is that should I brush my teeth before or after exercise?