Make time for fitness during your active day with our easy tips!
Finding the time to dedicate to a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle can seem difficult some days, but making time for exercise is an important aspect of your overall health and wellness plan. Say no to the excuses when it comes to working out, and check out our tips for making exercise a part of your busy life:
- Wake up earlier. Whether you are an early bird or a night owl, taking time for yourself in the morning to concentrate on fitness goals is a tempting pursuit. Plus, over the course of a long day running around, you’ll burn more calories overall.
- Turn lunch into a workout opportunity. While a tempting sweet treat or lunch with coworkers may present itself from time to time, lunch is typically a dead zone where neither work nor relaxation occurs. Turn those 30-60 minutes of down time into “me time” with a workout.
- Combine friends, family, and fitness! Many of us balance busy day-to-day schedules, so why not buddy up for real, effective weight loss results? Bring a partner or your family members in to join you for exercise-related endeavors.
- Make the most of your treadmill time. Whether you chose to add free weights or pick up the pace with an active hike, run or walk, make the time you spend on the treadmill count.
- Streamline your prep time. Someone once said that the hardest thing about running was putting on your sneakers. Make the challenge of dedicating some time to fitness easier to overcome by eliminating small steps. Prepare your gym bag, clothing and shoes ahead of time, instead.
Exercising regularly and making your days as active as possible are easier with the help of Garcia Weight Loss. Learn more about how we can kick start your fitness routine by visiting our website to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation!
Medically reviewed by Jay J. Garcia, MD on September 30, 2013
Karen Eisenbraun is a certified holistic nutrition consultant and writer with a background in digital marketing. She has written extensively on the topics of nutrition and holistic health for many leading websites.
Karen received her nutrition certification from the American College of Healthcare Sciences in 2012. She follows a ketogenic diet and practices intermittent fasting. Karen advocates a whole foods approach to nutrition and believes in empowering yourself with information that allows you to make smarter decisions about your health.