Reading Time: 9 Minutes Let’s face it, we’re all busy. We always have something going on, and not enough time in the day to do everything we want. It’s especially hard finding the time to do something we may not want to do, but we know is good for us. One of the top reasons […]
When the alarm starts blaring at 6 AM, the first thing on your mind probably isn’t exercise. Those thoughts are reserved for something like “How many times can I hit the snooze before I’m late enough to get yelled at, again?” along with a choice selection of a few four letter words. But here’s the thing, the morning is possibly the most important time of the day if you’re interested in getting healthier and dropping some pounds, and honestly, who isn’t And the best part is: you don’t need to go to the gym to do it.
The best way to enact change is to find ways of working something in to everyday life. This is true both for new skills and habits as well as for physical fitness. I have found that squeezing small workouts into any spare minutes helps to improve overall health. This not only keeps you actively exercising, but also taking full advantage of your time.
The trick is to blend these exercises into the things you would normally do every day. This way, it doesn’t feel like you are going out of your way to exercise. This helps you to remember to work out, and also makes it as quick and easy as possible. These exercises use your body weight and minimal, if any, equipment.