Here is the next post in our time-savings tips series, this one is about working out. With some planning you will make sure you don’t miss a workout, but also make your sessions more efficient. • Use the HIT – High Intensity Training - method. I don’t believe in spending hours in the gym. I believe in intense short workout sessions. Not only will they save you time but you will see great results. More info about HIT workouts.
• Be prepared for the days when you can’t get to a gym. Not going to the gym doesn’t mean you can’t workout. The Stellibell workout challenges only take 15 minutes and easy do to at home. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Park further away from the store, work etc.
• If you are planning on going to the gym in the morning, pack your gym bag the night before and put out your workout clothes so that they are ready for you. It’s difficult to skip the workout if you went through all the prep work and see the clothes when you wake up
• Schedule your workouts ahead of time and mark them in your calendar. This creates more accountability and helps you to plan around your workout, instead of making your workout a lesser priority.
• Schedule your workouts around peak hours when other gym goers are also trying to fit in their workouts. That way, you don’t have to wait for the machine and weights.