How To Exercise When You Really Don't Have Time
Over two years in my study of computerized Accounting ,I have found that those who don’t exercise have one or two excuses. The excuses are: they don’t have time, or they don’t like it.
I know there are many people who would like to exercise, but think they don’t have time, so today we’ll talk about how to exercise when you don’t have time.
Exercise means different things to different people. If you think that exercise is one hour a day, five days a week, and you are working 40–60 hours per week with family and social duties in between, then you don’t have time to do this sort of exercise.
But if you change your mindset to consider that exercise is simply a deliberate attempt at moving around more vigorously than usual, then no matter how busy you are, you definitely have time to exercise.
Here’s a list of exercises you can do when you don’t have time to exercise:
Wake up 20 minutes earlier
Have your exercise clothes laid out ready the night before (or even sleep in them), set your alarm, and head outside for some sprints – uphill if you can. Warm up for three minutes with some brisk walking, then sprint all out for 20 seconds, then rest for two minutes. Repeat for five to eight sprints, then walk home.
This session doesn’t take long. It will wake you up and energize you for the morning, and is a great way to burn fat and boost your metabolism.
When the kettle is boiling
You have a minute or two here to pair some push ups with some squats. Do 10 push ups followed by 10 squats. Repeat this as many times as possible while the kettle is boiling for your morning cup of coffee. Keep track of how many rounds you can do this for, and aim to increase this each morning.