Any new habit may have challenging beginnings. But with a little time, nearly anything can become habitual.
In this case, we're talking about a habit that has incredible benefits, so let's take a look at 6 tips you can use to get exercising (almost) every day.
So make an appointment with yourself to get the exercise your body needs to be as healthy as it can possibly be. After all, there are people counting on you.
A workout partner will also make you feel a greater sense of responsibility; no one likes to let other people down. It's a little easier to think, "I'll do it tomorrow," when we know there isn't someone depending on us.
So, if you haven't been active lately, a little reality will serve you better. Ease into the first few weeks. As long as you're getting comfortably tired by the end of your workout, you're on the right track.
Listen, you don't need to finish your workout on the ground in a breathless heap. Some days that level of intensity is great. Others, you just need a nice slow walk. Consistency, not intensity, is the real secret to making exercise a daily habit.
There’s a reason the military uses little more than calisthenics and running to get their people into shape--it’s always available. Make it easy enough to exercise that you don't have a good excuse not to head out the door.
Measure backward and remind yourself how far you’ve come. Measuring backward is far more motivating than looking ahead to big goals that could take months or years to achieve.
Exercising daily is a great addition to include your life. It can be challenging to get into the habit, but relatively easy to stick with it after the initial period has passed. Get out there with a friend and have some fun every day! You'll be healthier, feel better, and look better.
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