3 Easy Fitness Hacks To Get Back Into Your Routine

Labor Day is over which means we’re getting back into routines -- even if they look a little different this school year. Either way there’s more...free time!

Now that your kids are preoccupied - you’ll have more time to get back to the things you love. You can soak in that bathtub for an extra 15 minutes, watch a movie, or take your time making yourself some breakfast for once!

And while there is time for that, I encourage you to find how to maximize your time - whatever amount of time you have - by getting back into your fitness routine.

You may be asking, “But how can I get back into my fitness routine after lounging around for so long?”

Think about it. How much time have you spent indoors over the last couple months? Probably a lot! Maybe it’s to the point where you feel stagnant - like you can’t get back into the groove of exercising and staying fit when you’ve been glued to a sofa for the duration of your quarantine.

Don’t sweat! I’ve found these 3 time-tested strategies to get back into your fitness groove no problem!

Make it a priority Don’t put it off! Exercise is important. It stretches your muscles - giving you a boost of energy for the rest of your day. If you wait until the day is almost over to fit in your jogging, weightlifting, and yoga you’ll be too exhausted to find the motivation to work out. If you’re pressed for time, try to wake up earlier to get the job done. 

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Schedule it In Let’s be honest. Sometimes the day gets away from us. In our busy lives it can be easy to forget to do something unless we write it down. That’s why having a calendar or a planner on hand is so helpful. If you really want to be serious about getting back into your fitness routine - pencil it in! By scheduling a time, your exercise will seem more like an obligation than an option. This can help you build the habit of exercising at a particular time, making it easier to stick with your fitness routine.

Multitask If you’re not an early-riser or a schedule-keeper, give multi-tasking a try. You don’t have to set aside a certain time for exercise if you can find creative ways to work-out throughout the day. Busy cooking? Do some squats and lunges while you wait for that pasta to boil. Taking the kids to the playground after school? Join them on the monkey bars for some pull-ups. Watching a movie? Get on the treadmill and up your endurance while you catch the latest Netflix hit.

Staying fit doesn’t need to be a chore. It’s something you should look forward to as a way to maintain your health.

So keep it up - keep running, stretching, and lifting. Join me in my free online community.

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