Tips from a CSEP-CPT: Three Ways to Fit Exercise into a Busy Schedule

    By: Elisa Zucconi on Aug 18, 2014


    1. Make it productive:

    Instead of running on a treadmill, run somewhere you need to go.  Walking, cycling and running are great ways to get around.

    2. Make it count:

    Exercise should be intentional and vigorous. Regardless of whether you are walking, running, or working out at a gym, put in tremendous effort. When you are walking, imagine you are late for work. The more intense the effort, the less time you need to spend exercising.

    3. Have a plan:

    Start with your schedule. Book times every week where you can fit in a little exercise. Next look at those exercise sessions. What are you going to do at the gym or where are you going to walk. People with a plan are more likely to succeed.

    “There’s time enough, but none to spare.”

    Charles W. Chesnutt


    Every little bit of exercise counts! Get in as much as you can.

    Yours in fitness,

    Tim Begley



    - See more from Tim Begley's personal blog here

    Released: August 18, 2014, 8:48 am
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