Building new habits surrounding exercise can be challenging and we all have to start somewhere. Before finding the enjoyment of exercise, it's easy to feel like you don't have the time. With only 24 hours a day, how do we get from 'I don't have time to exercise' to 'missing my workout is not an option'?
In order to see results it must be obtainable and most importantly, enjoyable.
It’s a well known fact that exercise has enormous positive impacts on your mental and physical health, so no wonder exercise is the most effective way of releasing endorphins.
Let's take a look at how you can support your journey into a more active mindset...
HOW TO STICK WITH EXERCISE
If you’re new to exercise or looking to create new healthy habits, setting aside as little as 10 minutes per day to get active will allow you to start to see the positive impact of moving on your mental and physical health.
5 tips to help you stick with exercise
1. Choose an activity you enjoy
2. Join a team or club
3. Set realistic goals
4. Record your progress
5. Reward your hard work
CHANGING YOUR EXERCISE ROUTINE
We are all creatures of habit, however, we recommend changing your routine every six weeks to allow for continued physical change. Variety will not only evolve your body composition, for example, it will also ensure you continue to target different muscle groups whilst ensuring you cover strength, stretch and cardio.
5 reasons you should change your exercise routine
Keeps exercise exciting
Avoids you from becoming complacent
Train’s different muscle groups
Can break through a weight-loss plateau
Prevents injury from overuse
There is no shortage of sports, fitness clubs or work out regimes so what’re you waiting for?
Why not trial out new classes at your local gym. This is a great way to try new exercises without the commitment or expense, plus it could be social too!
Enjoy, and drop us a direct message on Instagram to tell us how you get on.