I don’t have the motivation or time to exercise and lift heavy at home every day. I don’t know what to do now because if I don’t train then I’m not happy. It is a goal for me to put in work.

Olivia Z.
Set aside some time by planning your work the day before. Or, you can bike to a certain place instead of a car. Be creative!

Isobel O.
I feel the same way as you. Nevertheless I did start exercising by for example starting to walk to the bakery every morning. I also just danced around the house for a bit since dancing is a big passion of mine. As soon as these little habits got planted in I started shaking my exercise routine up by doing the 7-minute challenge and/or some yoga.

Magnus P.
You will make time if you want to do it. Don't give yourself excuses! Your happiness is your motivation. I would say celebrate any small win, even just little exercise you put in is better than no exercise. You don't need to lift heavy weight, and you don't need to do it alone, invite a friend to go for a walk with you, or get a training buddy. Even doing light exercise like stretching and yoga would help.

Luis S.
Maybe try starting off with exercising and lifting heavy once or twice a week, then once you've set this habit and you've been doing it for a month go to three or four times a week and work your way up to exercising every day. It's up to the person really, but I've found that small steps work best for me and maybe it's the same with you.

Enrique Z.
Set aside some time by planning your work the day before. Or, you can bike to a certain place instead of a car. Be creative!

Noah F.
Maybe try starting off with exercising and lifting heavy once or twice a week, then once you've set this habit and you've been doing it for a month go to three or four times a week and work your way up to exercising every day. It's up to the person really, but I've found that small steps work best for me and maybe it's the same with you.

Maike C.
Set aside some time by planning your work the day before. Or, you can bike to a certain place instead of a car. Be creative!

Isauro Z.
Maybe try starting off with exercising and lifting heavy once or twice a week, then once you've set this habit and you've been doing it for a month go to three or four times a week and work your way up to exercising every day. It's up to the person really, but I've found that small steps work best for me and maybe it's the same with you.

Brayden U.
Hey I was like that try just doing a simple work everyday and don’t say you don’t have time because if you don’t make time

Rosa C.
Set aside some time by planning your work the day before. Or, you can bike to a certain place instead of a car. Be creative!

Kimberly J.
Maybe try starting off with exercising and lifting heavy once or twice a week, then once you've set this habit and you've been doing it for a month go to three or four times a week and work your way up to exercising every day. It's up to the person really, but I've found that small steps work best for me and maybe it's the same with you.