Incorporating Fitness Into A Busy Schedule

Do you find it hard to fit fitness into your busy schedule? The truth is you are not alone, as this is a common challenge for many people. Balancing a full time job, a family or countless other priorities makes it hard to find time to work out. But it's important to make time for yourself, and fitness is a great way to do that. In this post, I'll give you a few tips for incorporating fitness into your busy schedule. Stay tuned!


Many people would like to believe that they don't have time for exercise or self-care, but this could not befarther from the truth. No matter how busy or hectic your life may seem, you have some time to devote to taking care of yourself. The challenge is finding that time amidst all the other commitments and obligations in your life.

Possible Options:

1. Try getting up earlier in the morning to fit in a workout

2. Sign up for an after-work exercise class or activity to help release stress

3. Think about using your lunch break as an opportunity to go for a walk, take the dog for a run, or hit the gym

Whatever your preferred exercise routine may be, it's important to remember that carving out even just 10-20 minutes each day (or 2-3 times per week), will make a HUGE difference when it comes to your health and overall well-being.

So stop making excuses and start making time!

Schedule & Plan

If you've been using "I have no time" as an excuse, the truth is you have likely not paid strict attention to your schedule and daily routines, which is often the real reason why you're unable to make physical activity a priority.

The key to incorporating more exercise into your schedule is to plan and schedule your week carefully, leaving room for regular workouts as well as other important tasks.

With proper planning and scheduling, it becomes much easier to carve out the time you need for regular physical activity.

And by committing to frequent exercise sessions, you will begin to see real benefits in terms of both your health and your overall productivity.

So start making careful use of your schedule – you'll be surprised at how quickly those few extra minutes can add up!

Save Time

There are many ways to open up time for exercise, and one of the most effective is to start by recognizing what's consuming the largest chunks of your time.


1. Look for a gym that is nearby. This allows you to save time on your commute and get straight to your workout.

2. Or consider investing in some home exercise equipment that you can use in the comfort of your own home. It could be weights, a treadmill or another piece of equipment...either way this type ofinvestment can save you lots of extra time driving back and forth to and from a gym.

By taking these small steps, you've eliminated the "I don't have time" excuse.

Make It A Habit

When it comes to incorporating fitness into your busy schedule, one of the most important tasks is to make "normal". It doesn't need to be hours a day, start by dedicating just 10-20 minutes a day to exercise. This will have a major impact on not only your fitness, but also your energy, productivity, stress level and quality of sleep!

Before you know it, those 20 minutes of self-care will become an essential part of who you are and the way that you live each and every day

Getting or staying fit despite a hectic schedule is easier than you might think! Just remember that all it takes is a little bit of committment, discipline and planning. Cheers to you building healthier habits with NO excuses!

A CHAMPION has the courage to risk failure, knowing that setbacks are lessons.

A CHAMPION uses each day to gain greater self-knowledge for improvement.

A CHAMPION trains their body and thought processes to achieve desired results.

A CHAMPION understands their weaknesses and trains to strengthen them.

A CHAMPION actively pursues balance, moderation and simplicity to improve their life.

A CHAMPION views every obstacle as an opportunity to improve.

A CHAMPION understands the journey is not linear, and they embrace both the good and the bad.

A CHAMPION finds pleasure in the fact that it isn't always "easy".

A CHAMPION has vision...they believe in the possibility of their loftiest goals.

A CHAMPION lives with the mantra "I CAN AND I WILL!"

Are you ready to be a CHAMPION?