On the days I'm not there or can't make it I do one of the exercise programmes on Fabulous or at least the 10 minute stretch in the morning.
After doing them I feel energized.
Sometimes I just leave it like that and don't exercise.
Sometimes i exercise at home, but when i do not, i ride my bike between 10-30 km
I know it's really dumb, but being a robot with a distraction is often the best way for me to go about anything. Hope this helps, if not you can imagine a 4'11 20 year old female veteran singing about Oreos and not wanting to do her homework. We're all still little kids no matter how old we get…
Doing just for 1 minute is very easy to start, and sometimes it leads me to do some more.
I hope you can make it.
All the best. I believe in you. 👍 💯
After a long day, I tell myself that if I do half my normal walk then I can go back home, by the time I get halfway I feel good enough to continue.
If it's due to a headache then I will just tell myself that the fresh air will help and bring an extra water bottle with me. The only exception is if the headache feels like its going to turn in to a migraine. You don't want to be outside or pushing yourself when one of those hit.
1. Find a productive purpose for your exercise.
Walk to the grocery store. Pick up the pace a little when you take the dog out. Make everyday tasks an opportunity to get your heart rate up.
2. Try something new!
Go to a fitness class that you’ve never gone to before. So many gyms have free trial so take advantage of it and do something different. Dance classes, rock climbing, whatever new trendy gym just opened up… give it a shot!
Take it one workout at a time.
- Can you recommend a 30 minute exercise program for everyday use?
- What is your favorite exercise and how early do you like to wake up before you go to work?
- What do you find to be the best time of day to fit in exercise as a working person?
- How do you stay motivated to exercise in the mornings and how do you celebrate?
- How do you vary your workouts so that you build all types of fitness and not just overdo one aspect such as too much cardio and not enough strength or flexibility or vice versa?
- How do you make your exercise fun?
- How do you motivate yourself to exercise when you are tired?
- I have trouble prioritizing so that exercise doesn’t get missed. What have you found to be helpful for getting exercise in every day?
- Should you exercise before you eat or after? The habits when you first start go from water to healthy breakfast then exercise. I don’t remember seeing anything that suggested exercise after water then eating a good breakfast, but that’s what I’ve been doing because it makes more sense to me.
- What type of exercise routine are you following?