1. Find a Workout You Enjoy

Begin your journey by thinking about the things you enjoy in everyday life. If you enjoy relaxing, try Yoga to start with. If you enjoy being busy, a HIIT workout might be the best option. Make the workout feel like an enjoyable activity rather than a chore.

2. Schedule your workout’s in your calendar.

When you see the workout in your calendar, it makes it surreal. When the activity is scheduled there, you feel obligated to do it, and it will help keep you prepared throughout the day and give you information.



3. Set Mini-Goals.

Track your progress and set yourself small goals to work towards. For example, reward yourself after reaching 1000 active calories burned. Try increasing the length of your run by a half-mile every week or increasing the duration of your plank by 15 seconds every three days. If you’re unsure how to safely increase the intensity of your exercise and set realistic process goals, consider enlisting the help of a certified personal trainer. This helps you stay motivated and on top of your progress.


4. Stick to short workouts.

Doing a 20-minute fast-paced workout 5 times a week is better than doing an hour-long slow placer twice a week. It will help you burn more calories and help you stay on track for the rest of the week.

 


5. Start your day with a healthy breakfast.

Starting your day with a healthy breakfast will keep you motivated and give you more energy. This will help you stay on track and participate in your workout.

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