It is mid-November, the snow has not yet fallen, but I have already heard the phrase – “I’ll start after Christmas”.
Remember, your schedule will not suddenly open up in January. You will probably be busier then, than you are now.
If you make your fitness and health a priority now, just think of how far ahead you will be at the beginning of 2016.
A simple way I break it down for clients is to look at your exercise time in terms of minutes during the week.
Three training sessions per week at 25 minutes each equals one hour and fifteen minutes total.
Four training sessions at 20 minutes each equals one hour and 20 minutes out of your weekly schedule.
My best advice is to find a space at home where you can do body weight exercises.
No travel time is required, unless walking up and down your stairs counts, and you do not have to invest in any extra equipment.
Squats, push-ups, crawls, hip lifts, lunges, twists, running on the spot, get-ups, jumping jacks, shadow boxing, and many others are all easy to fit in at home.
It just comes down to making the commitment to allocate time for your health and well-being and getting started.