5 steps to fit exercise into your schedule

Exercise doesn’t just happen. We can keep hoping that one day we will wake up with a renewed enthusiasm for moving our bodies but there is of course no guarantee.

Instead we have to be intentional about our exercise and MAKE time for it.

These 5 tips will help you start to schedule in daily movement for consistency (you only need 10-15 minutes to start with). And that is when you start to see and feel the results. 

1. Plan it

You need to take specific actions to get the results you want. Decide on what exercise regime you will follow to achieve your goals and commit to DOING the exercise every single day, before anything else. These exercises, done consistently, will make your success inevitable.

2. Release any emotional attachment to the results

You can’t control the outcome of your efforts at this point in time. Let go of that and focus on what it is you need to do each day. Have faith that the effort you put in will get you the rewards you desire.

3. Schedule your workouts

Use your calendar, or a diary, to figure out where your free time is. It’s about MAKING the time. First thing in the morning is a wonderful time to schedule your exercise as a recurring appointment. This time of the day is usually protected from any distractions, or interruptions.

4. Be accountable

Being accountable means you are responsible to someone, or something else. Find a supportive community, a friend who is going to work alongside you, or family members, who need to understand how important your health is to you and take steps to support you in your endeavour.

5. Assess and adjust

If things are headed in the right direction, stick with it! If you’re finding your process isn’t working, or you have plateaued, adjust your plan and work outside your comfort zone. Don’t give up. Find a way to make it work and be consistent.

I know exercise can feel like another chore on your to-do list. But it’s an important one and these steps will help you make it a priority in your daily life.

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