Choose an efficient work out
Ideally, you should choose a form of exercise that does not need much preparation and that has physical gains in a short period of time (high intensity interval training and running are good examples). Pick a workout that you can do anywhere, whether you are travelling for work or getting home late after a busy day.
Pay attention to your own likes and dislikes
Be realistic and don’t choose something you hate doing. Choose a form of exercise that fits your lifestyle, taste and personality. Try different types of exercise until you find what suits you best and gives you a great feeling at the end of the work out.
Commit to a schedule
Make exercise a priority in your life. Commit to it. It is always easy to find a good excuse to skip working out and if you don’t have a schedule, it can be even worse. Make a schedule (write it down!) and stick to it!
Track your Activity levels
A sense of accomplishment is great for keeping us on track. Tracking the results and improvements give you extra energy to do exercise even after a busy day at work.
Choose something over nothing
Some exercise is better than none. You don’t have to spend 2 hours at the gym everyday to achieve good health. You can do a 30-minute workout or even a 7-minute one! All you need is an effective program done regularly. Exercise shouldn’t be the problem- it should be the solution!