They say if you want something done, ask a busy person. But is that still true when it comes to getting your workouts done? It depends on what kind of a busy person you are.
If you’re a busy person that prioritizes, creates a plan to reach your goals, sticks to the plan once it’s made and accomplishes your tasks pretty much on time, you have a good chance at succeeding in fitness!
If you’re a busy person that finds it hard to organize and plan projects or finish them on time, or if you find it hard to get the important things done in your day, you’ll probably find it just as hard to succeed in a fitness program.
The good news is, getting organized with your fitness routine can actually help you to get it together in other areas of your life. If you can create a fitness plan and stick to it not only will you succeed at fitness, you’ll gain skills in planning and accomplishing other projects. You’ll probably even see more success, effectiveness and efficiency in other areas of your life.
Tip #1 is put your exercise sessions in your schedule. The video above is a little sneak peek at a corporate presentation where I explain the easiest ways to plan, prioritize and reach fitness goals. I teach clients and students how to make a workout plan that fits into the schedule and takes minimal time to get results, and is one they’ll stick to. See if you can implement one or two of these points after watching the video.
Are you someone who makes a plan and sticks to it? Let’s talk about it below. I’m also open to any questions you might have.