Time isn't something that my clients have in spades. We've got families, jobs, hobbies, travel plans and side hustles. But what my clients know is that you don't need a lot of time to have a consistent exercise habits. The key isn't finding more time in your day, it's getting clear on your priorities and more efficient with the types of workouts you do.
If you've ever looked at your running shoes gathering dust at your front door and thought 'I don't have the energy for a workout right now' then this post is for you.
If you've ever watched other people in your life exercise regularly and thought 'how on earth do they have the time?' then this post is for you.
When we find ourselves fully engulfed in the throws of summer, our days are occupied with when vacation starts, who is going to make dinner on the BBQ and whether we'd like to take the paddle board or the kayak out for a mid-day adventure. We might not be as concerned about completing our workouts and drinking enough water.