Fitness Is A Lifestyle And Not A Luxury…So Make Time For Good Workouts

There is only so much time in the day to get things done so plan accordingly and be efficient!

5 tips to save you time and energy in order to maintain those fitness and nutrition goals throughout the new year!

It’s easy to te4 4ll yourself you can train hard on the ‘good’ days when you have lots of time on the weekends but what about the busy days or the ‘bad’ days when you are sore and tired. Anyone can workout on a good day but it’s the individuals who train through the bad days that will achieve their fitness goals sooner.

The following 5 tips are written here in order to make your life a bit easier and more efficient:

1) Stick to the plan and achieve your goals no matter what!

It usually takes more mental and physical effort when you stall with your workouts then it does to actually get up and go get it done. If working out is something that is very hard for you to get motivated for than make sure to plan your workouts in the morning so you get it done before a long work day when you are least expected to train or go to the gym.

2) Eat healthy snacks throughout the day

Try to stock up ojp timen water and healthy snacks in the house and in the car. Juice Plus capsules are ideal for individuals who are always on the go and can’t get enough fruits, vegetables, and berries in their diet every single day. The Juice Plus complete bars are a perfect snack with the right amount of daily nutrition and calories in every bar. Juice Plus+ Complete Nutrition Bars provide balanced nutrition on- the-go. The variety of delicious Wholesome Grains + Cranberries and Spiced Apple + Raisin bars are not only tasty but packed with protein and fiber to help you replace empty calories with healthy ones. Low-glycemic, gluten free, non- dairy and 100% vegan – Complete Nutrition Bars deliver a perfect snack for any diet. Shopping at the local grocery store during the week can rob you of valuable minutes. Take time during the weekend to plan the week’s meals, and hit the store once per week or so instead of multiple trips.

3) Stay focused and don’t get easily distracted… stay the course to a healthy lifestyle

It’s so easy these dtime 2ays to get distracted by all the events going on in our lives so make sure to find a balance. If you have multiple friends and family asking to meet up for dinner and lunch try and space it out a bit and gauge what you are consuming while eating out. It is healthy to say no and not try and do too much in order to get your

workouts in during the week. When you get your workouts done you will have more energy and feel healthier while feeling accomplished.  Write down your goals and believe that you will see results sooner and prevent injury by maintaining a time efficient workout. Have fun while engaging your mind as well as your body so that you will be more consistent with your exercise plan and reach your fitness goals faster.

4) Prioritize your life and organize errands accordingly

You are only as strongest as your weakest link so make sure to focus and prioritize your life in order to cause as less stress as possible. Stress from a disorganized lifestyle can drain your daily mental and physical energy. Organize your errands and map out your week in order to make more time for training, sleep, and overall good health.

5) Ask for help from friends and family

Don’t be afraid to ask for a little assistance every once in awhile. After all that’s what friends and family are for! This support system will help in many ways throughout the week as you live your busy lifestyle. Let the chores accumulate and do them in bunches once or twice a week. Sometimes taking back your time is about delegation. So whether that’s asking a spouse or partner to pick up groceries or getting the kids to put away the dishes, that’s time back in your day. Last but not least, include your friends and family in activities that you participate in throughout the year and ask them for your understanding in your new quest to find happiness through good fitness and nutrition goals.


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Jack Nunn

Jack Nunn is the head trainer and owner of Roworx. Jack is a former national team rower who has competed in more than 100 triathlons, including 9 full Ironmans. He has created a system of rowing that prepares the whole body for both competition and fitness longevity.

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