How to Create Your Exercise Workout Program

& How to avoid dropping out of an exercise routine

Whilst we all know that exercise is healthy, most of us put off a workout program. The most common reason for this is lack of time.

This need not be the case.

It is easy to fit an exercise program into any schedule at any time. Why? Because these exercises can be done in almost any environment.

Keep reading to learn more about exercise, the workout program and its benefits. Or follow these links for further info on exercising:

Why is lack of time such an issue?

“Between 40% – 50% of people who enroll in a supervised exercise program drop out in the first 6-12 months”, quoted from Time-Life books.
Nearly half of those people gave “lack of time” as their reason.

And since most people don’t enroll in a supervised exercise program,you can expectthat statistic to be much worse.

Wanting a workout program isn’t enough when lack of time is such an issue. So let’s solve this issue NOW, before it gets worse!

Let’s talk about your priorities.

How do “priorities” and lack of time link?

When I say “priorities” I mean, when you treat a situation as highly important, whetheryou want it to be – or not! An example of this is working 9-5. It’s important, but you probably don’twant to do it.

It can be very easy for us to get swamped by our “priorities”, especially when things gettough.

You may have goals that you want to reach and feel that your “priorities” will helpyou reach those goals.

But people who say that they don’t have time, are really saying that they haven’t achieved their goals yet.

As persistent humans, anything that isn’t a priority doesn’t get done, UNTIL IT GETS WORSE.

Then, the thing that wasn’t a priority before IS NOW A PRIORITY. And because you haven’t achieved your goals yet, you now have more priorities than you can handle. So you keep saying…

I don’t have time. Sorry I’m too busy. I’ll do that later.

THIS IS THE VICIOUS CYCLE OF OUR PRIORITIES AND TIME MANAGEMENT!

A lot of this can be solved by changing the way you think. To learn more about the impact of positive thinking click here.

What does this have to do with exercise?

Remember the statistic I gave you earlier? Many people stop exercising due to lackof time.

And yet this is ironic…

A Workout Program has often been proven to:

  • Reduce stress levels
  • Re-energize us
  • Strengthens our heart – making it easier to have normal blood pressure
  • Improves concentration
  • Trigger positive endorphins – the chemical controlling our emotions and happiness

Ironically, having these benefits helps us to focus on our TRUE priorities, achieveour goals and GIVE US MORE TIME.

So if I want more time, I need to spend money in the gym?

NO, YOU DON’T! The majority of us do not need to go to the gym to be fit and healthy.

Exercise should be fun – but more importantly – convenient. Generally, exercising is not seen as something “convenient”. It either isn’t seen as a priority or doesn’t fitinto your schedule.

How can a workout program be fun AND convenient?

That’s what I’m here for. There are many ways to approach exercise and many more toolsthat you can use. But I have whittled these down to the best.

There are two main types of exercise:

To learn more about the benefits of exercise and how to exercise, click on the links above.

Still here? Just Do It. :^) Like Nike (it’s their slogan)

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