Even when you don’t feel like it. Remind yourself of how great you’ll feel afterwards!
MAKE IT A GAME.
If you’re a competitive person, try a fitness tracker (like a fit bit). Aim for 10,000 steps a day or try and beat your top calories burned.
USE A FOAM ROLLER
for increased range of motion and decreased soreness.
MIX IT UP.
Train for overall health (including cardio, strength and flexibility) instead of doing the same exact workout every day.
EXERCISE WHEN YOU’RE SORE
A light, active recovery can help you recover faster.
You’re not likely to exercise before work if you’re tired. That snooze button will be too tempting!
FOCUS ON HOW YOU FEEL
rather than how you look.
It takes planning, but travel with healthy snacks and always have water on hand. Prep your week’s food on Sunday, and plan your workouts so that they’re already part of your schedule and you won’t be tempted to skip a day.
CHECK YOUR ATTITUDE:
try these tips for staying positive.
RE-TRAIN YOUR BRAIN:
you don’t always need a long sweat session, but aim to do something physical each day.