It’s not easy to keep your fitness and work balanced. But one can surely try to take some time out of the busy life and invest it to making oneself a little fitter each day. Yes, it’s definitely easy to spare 20-30 minutes at every interval session and invest it to a little work out.
1. One Must Wake Up Early
Its not that easy as it sounds. Waking up early morning and hitting the gym is not actually what majority would prefer. They would rather prefer to take a complete sound nap. But getting up early and going out for a walk, gives a fresh start to a day. That helps in quick circulation of blood and keeps you active the entire day.
2. Utilize Those Lunch Breaks
Sitting at your desk after lunch is not a good idea. You are just going to put on those extra kilos. But utilizing those extra minutes to go to a nearby park or if not a park then to the corridor, would definitely be better than just sitting idle. That would help you digest your food.
3. Avoid The Laziness
Taking a cab or a bus to work or some place. Avoid it! Walk the path!
Walking down the way would definitely be a good idea as that would cover up your workout for the day and would also keep you active and help you get away with your lazy behavior.
4. Home Workout Sessions
When at home, cooking or cleaning, try to make as many trips downstairs as possible. Walk down the stairs when required. Want to go outside to buy some stuff, no cars! Walk the path.
5. Use The Weekends
After a week full of work, utilize the weekends. Go to gym and cover up the entire week’s time that is lost. Go weight lifting, do cardio, treadmill and what not. Do stretching because that would maintain the balance as you would be working out on the weekends.
6. Don’t Wait in The Queue
Stop waiting in that queue and pop up and climb the stairs. Just for a small shortcut, don’t wait in line. Get out of the line, and climb the stairs. You might reach up a little late than others but it all will be of total worth being a part of your cardio.
7. Cater Yourself
Don’t rely on anyone to get your work done. Take initiative for yourself. Do your work yourself and ease out the laziness. Stand up and cater yourself with your needs.
8. Manage Your Sleep Schedule
Spending hours late night watching TV or over phones, is not going to gain anything. Skipping those useless deeds and going early to bed would help maintain your health. A person when sleeps early wakes up fresh and can easily invest that time in working out.