I was speaking with one of my clients
recently and asked how her exercise
was going. Her response was,
"it's been a rough week."
Have you noticed that just about every
week is a "rough week." By
that I mean that things just
don't happen exactly as you'd
like them to. A variety of circumstances
affect your schedule and your
in mind, if you're going to exercise
on a regular basis, exercise has
to be high enough on your priority list
to survive the "rough weeks." For
example, during "rough weeks" do
you eat, sleep, and brush your teeth
every day? Of course you do, because
they are priorities in your life.
is important enough to you then
put it high on your priority list. Make
your exercise "rough week" proof.
Here are two things that can be very
out the same time period everyday for
exercise. This makes it a priority in your
life. You're declaring that this period
of time is prioritized for exercise.
Don't let anything change that.
2. Keep some
type of record of what you do.
This helps people to make exercise a
priority. Even if you just jot down how
many minutes you exercise every day. Step
back and look at the big picture. Regular
exercise is not only important for
your health, fitness, and weight loss now,
but also for the rest of your life. Don't
struggle with trying to exercise consistently
for the rest of your life. Make
exercise an absolute priority now. If
you don't have your health, you don't have
anything (in this life)!