- What are the factors that most contribute to you skipping your exercise habit?
- How do you make time for exercise in the morning when you are incredibly busy?
- Do you drink water during your exercise routine (if it’s running)? Any other tricks that you found helpful to keep you going?
- How do I get to sleep early, at 10 PM?
- What kind of obstacles are you facing?
And best time for it is, morning.
Make morning only for workout and healthy breakfast🤙🤙
1. Drink water. – 1 min
2. Brush teeth – 2 mins
3. Dress for workout – 5 mins
4. Walk dogs – 20 mins
5. Run – 45 mins
6. Shower – 15 mins
7. Dress – 10 mins
8. Coffee/Breakfast – 10 mins
9. Journal – 10 mins
10. Drive to Work – 25 mins
So, back planning from when I need to be at work, give me the time I have to wake. That wake up time drives when I need to go to bed to get sufficient rest.
It doesn’t matter if the times are exact. Sometimes, it will take a little more time for some items, or sometimes it may take less. The point is to have some idea of what to do and keep moving thru the process. There may be kids that require attention instead of dogs. Doesn’t matter. Just plan what you want to do, give yourself time to do those things, and keep moving.
The list should have a “flow” of moving in a logical direction, so you don’t have to remember so much. It will just follow from one step to another.
Whenever possible, get stuff ready the night before. Pick outfits. Put out clothes. Decide what to eat. Just avoid wasting time looking for what you need to workout or wear to work. That way, you can focus on your workout and have a clear mind.
First things first, the night before, choose your workout, have it open in your app, and get out everything you need for the workout. I choose low intensity workouts for the morning so I don’t usually need anything. I set my first alarm for 8:55am with a relaxing song I really like. I listen to the whole song without looking at my phone so I can calmly greet the morning. Then I drink some water and open my workout app. The workout I chose should already be there and ready to go. You can go as long as you want but I try to do at least 10 minutes. You really don’t need a long workout in the morning, I promise. Just fit your schedule! But the secret is being able to wake up earlier and slowly somyou don’t jolt your body and make yourself tired.
I can’t really explain the drive I have right now to change. Maybe it’s the slow progress. But I definitely see how I have not been taking care of my body. I have over indulged. So now is the time of under indulgence, and eventually I will come to balance and be able to enjoy and not deprive myself of some small luxuries.
It’s giving more energy.
- What type of exercise is good to silence the mind?
- Do you have a motivating motto for your exercise plan in 2019?
- Does anyone find creatine useful for lifting?
- How much water should I drink before exercise?
- Best 7 minute exercise?
- I don’t know what to eat after a workout to build muscle or burn fat after my exercise, or in what quantities or what times to eat them. What should I eat, in what quantity, at what times, and how will I know I’m meeting my goals (how long will it take to see results)? Also: how do I stay confident when I see someone who has the appearance I want to have, especially around people I want to make proud?
- How can I get into meditation. What is the best time of day etc? X
- What type of music is good for recharging you and giving you the motivation to work out?
- How do I make a commitment to getting up at the same time every day?
- What are the benefits of cardio? Should I count tennis workouts as cardio? Should I incorporate high intensity intervals in the stair climbing?