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Making Time

While making time for a workout can be an important goal, it may not necessarily be the first goal for everyone. The first goal may vary depending on the individual's current habits and lifestyle. For example, someone who has a sedentary lifestyle may need to start with a goal of increasing their daily steps before even thinking about scheduling regular workouts.


That being said, making time for a workout can be a crucial step in developing a consistent exercise routine.


Here are some tips for making time for a workout:

  1. Schedule it: Treat your workout like an appointment and schedule it into your day. Choose a time that works best for you and stick to it as much as possible. This is a big reason some people hire a personal trainer.

  2. Make it a priority: Decide that your health and well-being are a top priority and commit to making time for exercise. This may mean saying no to other commitments or rearranging your schedule to make room for a workout.

  3. Start small: If you're new to exercise or struggling to find time for a full workout, start with small goals like a 10-minute walk or a few sets of push-ups. Gradually increase your time and intensity as you build up your fitness level.

  4. Multitask: If you're struggling to find time for a workout, try multitasking by combining exercise with other activities. For example, you could go for a walk with a friend, do yoga while watching TV, or take a bike ride to run errands.

  5. Be flexible: Life can be unpredictable, and there may be days when your workout doesn't go according to plan. Don't beat yourself up about it. Instead, be flexible and find other ways to move your body throughout the day.

Remember, making time for a workout is just one aspect of developing a healthy lifestyle. It's important to also focus on other areas such as nutrition, stress management, and sleep to achieve overall wellness.

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