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How to make Fitness a daily Habit?
copyright 2006 by Greg Landry, M.S.

 

 

 

 

Sticking to an exercise regimen can be difficult. Some people have a difficult time maintaining motivation and interest in physical activity. They often make up excuses not to exercise or they simply quit all together. However, there are ways to improve your outlook regarding fitness. Here are a few ways to help you make fitness a daily habit.

Do what you enjoy. Make sure that your fitness routine is comprised of something you enjoy. If you enjoy cycling, let that be a part of your exercise regimen. Whatever it may be, walking, running, tennis aerobics; if you like it include it! It is also wise to find a workout companion. By doing this you increase your chances of staying on track and you always have someone to keep you motivated. The third step is making fitness a priority. Let exercise not only be a part of your daily life but let it be a part of yourself. Exercise is not something that you do; it’s a part of who you are!

Also, be sure not to skip a session of exercise even if you are feeling tired. Often times we use this as an excuse to simply lay back and watch some television, when in fact we know that physical activity will help us feel more alert and awake. So be sure to stay clear of daily excuses and make physical fitness a priority each day. Another step towards making fitness a daily habit is exercising in the morning. Usually if we try to exercise in the evening, we find ourselves stumbling upon interruptions. This is especially true if you are a parent. Taking care of kids after school can be quite a distraction when it comes down to fitness. So if you want to make exercise a part of your daily life, try applying some of these helpful tips.

 

 

 

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