Finding Time To Exercise Is Tough But Not Impossible | Stephen Coleclough
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Finding Time To Exercise Is Tough But Not Impossible

Finding Time To Exercise Is Tough But Not Impossible

Let’s be honest, it isn’t always easy to find the time to exercise.

Whether it’s due to long days at work or a busy home life, a lot of people struggle to find the time to schedule in workouts or trips to the gym.

In fact, a lot of people don’t bother at all and simply assume that finding the time to stay active is just too difficult.

However, this doesn’t have to be the case.

With the right amount of planning and with a little bit of effort, it’s not impossible.

Here’s how to find time to stay active…

Schedule workouts in advance

One of the best ways to find the time to exercise is to schedule your workouts in advance.

Rather than simply heading off to the gym as and when you find the time, make a plan at the beginning of the week.

Not only does this mean that you know when you’ll be able to work out, but it also reduces the chances of you overbooking yourself or running out of time.

Make use of free and spare time

Though it may not always feel like it, most people do have some free time here and there.

It’s important to make use of it.

Instead of sitting at home and watching television, why not use the spare time to exercise?

Prioritise fitness and exercise

There’s no better way to find time to exercise than to prioritise it.

By prioritising fitness, you are much more likely to find time to fit in something active.

This may mean occasionally saying no to a meal out with friends or arriving late to a night out, but it’ll be worth it in the long run.

Don’t underestimate the benefit of quick workouts

It’s often difficult to find the time to fit in lengthy workouts, such as an hour long workout class or training for a team sport.

So, why not choose to do a quick workout instead?

Doing a little bit of exercise is a lot better than doing nothing at all.

Though it’s not always easy to find the time to exercise, it’s definitely not impossible.

Scheduling workouts ahead of time and prioritising your fitness regime over other things is key.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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