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Do you find it difficult to get a workout in your busy schedule? Is your day so packed that you simply can’t find time for fitness? Physical exercise is an important factor in your health and weight loss goals. It’s important to make time for exercise if you value your health and wellbeing.
Making a workout schedule will help you stay consistent even when life throws the unpredictable at you. Scheduling your workouts ensures that you won’t fall back on the ‘I’m too busy for exercise’ excuse for not getting in your daily workout.
A schedule will also ensure that your workouts are frequent and efficient. For example, you can ensure that you block out time for at least three workouts in a week that are thirty minutes long. You can also plan for specific activities you’ll get done in those thirty minutes.
There’s no single workout schedule that fits everyone. You need to schedule your workouts to suit your level of ability, daily routine, personal preferences and goals. It’s however important to ensure that the activities you include are fun for you. You should also ensure that your family and loved ones are aware of your workout schedule in order to minimize interruptions.
Schedule days for recovery too. These will help your body heal and rest from the activities. Schedule a fun and restorative activity for your rest day.