In today’s busy life taking out time for workout could be a task. But, it’s not impossible. With proper planning and maintaining a routine, you can find ample time for workout.
Just stick to the schedule and you will have plenty of time on hand.
There are lot of excuses and genuine reason to ignore workout schedule on daily basis.
You might get late in office or you have an early morning rush, may be a loved one needed your attention more on a particular day, you might have to go out with family on a vacation and many such reasons which could be your excuse for missing out workout.
How to manage your tight schedule
Here are some simple tips:
Don’t feel guilty by missing out your workout but plan for it accordingly.
Manage your daily schedule as per the priorities of the day. Wake up an hour early from your regular time so that you can catch up with your daily chores. This way you can manage your workout schedule easily.
In case of any emergency, you can always attend to that first and then plan your day accordingly.
You can cut down your workout time on that particular day instead of leaving it completely and feeling the guilt afterwards. Stay away from the negativity and feel positive if the day is not in your favor.
You might get tired and feel grumpy on a certain day due to work pressure but even if you could shell out even 15 minutes for yourself, you’ll feel good about it. It’s not necessary to always hit the gym, you can go for some breathing exercises to calm your mind.
Put a reminder on your phone or on your laptop which will remind you atleast an hour in advance that it’s time for workout, so that you can plan accordingly.
This way you’ll manage your time well and you’ll be off from the stress of the day. Excuses have a tendency to give you a chance to miss your workout schedule, so let these excuses away from your mind.
In the end..
Let your mind do the thinking part and let your body do the rest as per your schedule. Say a big ‘No’ to the excuses and live a stress free and healthy life by following a simple schedule.