Discover your “why”. You want to exercise? When you have a reason behind everything you do, you’ll be more motivated to do it even when you’re tired. The “why” has to be powerful. For example you may say I want to exercise not just to lose weight but so you won’t develop any diseases that may have effected a family member or friend. Or you want to exercise because you’re border line diabetic and if you don’t start exercising your health will decline. When you have a reason it will propel you every day
When you're exhausted a little stretching, walking in the fresh morning air can actually make you feel better. The body work makes your brain working too. If you haven't sleep much, you'll be tired anyway, but some exercise can wake you up and feel a little better 🙂
I try to do something small, just by getting the clothes on and getting started, you feel that you can do more than you think. Follow the tips to have everything ready in the morning, and don’t have too high expectations on it – just let it be easy and you’ll be able to do something!
- What can I do to do my morning exercise every day? Any helpful tips?
- Does just a 30 min walk count as exercise? Also, if a pedometer app like Google Fit says I have walked 30 mins throughout the day but not consecutively, does that count?
- Anyone who hates exercise yet managed to lose some weight for health, what advice can you offer?
- How do I figure out when to do my exercise? I don’t feel like there is a cut out recipe.
- When is the best time to exercise according to science. Before or after a full meal?
- How do you get someone who is experiencing depression to exercise?
- What do I do on days where I don’t feel that I have the energy or willpower to exercise?
- What do you do when you don’t have enough time?
- I have real trouble In being active throughout the day. No excuses, am lazy. How do I not be?
- What kind of exercise do you do?