It’s very easy for us to quickly make excuses when it’s related to keeping fit. We are aware of its benefits to our body yet we feel like it’s a chore that you don’t feel like doing. One of the most common reasons why people can’t keep fit is due to the tight schedule. But, we’ve seen busy people who have amazingly maintained their fit bodies. So how did they do it? We’ll teach you how.

Get Your Priorities Right

When you are working on a tight schedule or have a long to-do list each day, you need to be specific with your timing since you’ll only have a specific amount of time to insert a task. You need to have an explicit idea of what is important for you at the moment. Prioritization is the key. Get important things done in one day and push the others. Then, ask yourself these questions:

  1. Is your health significant to you? If not, why?
  2. Do you deserve to be healthy?
  3. Do you desire to appear and feel good about yourself?

Taking time doesn’t need to take an hour and can be as short as 20 minutes. If you don’t start prioritizing and putting it in your schedule, you’ll never have time do it.

Do What Makes You Happy

Working out doesn’t have to be unpleasant or boring, in fact exercising can be fun. There are several options you can pick from, so why torment one’s self? Look for something you really like doing and do it. Even if you’re really busy, you’ll find ways to do the workout you’ve chosen since you really enjoy doing it. It could be a yoga class or a simple jog in the neighborhood. Or just performing simple routine activities to cleanse your body. It could also be dancing to the joyful beat of the music or plainly cleaning your house.

Create A Commitment & Be Flexible

We understand you’re busy, but start being committed to something that will make you feel better. You can write it down or say it out loud, and then commit to it. It’s perfectly fine if you can’t give your 100% a day, even a 40% means you’ve done your best. Therefore, be open-ended and take it easy. There will be days that your schedule will become a chaos, but manage respectively, and give it all you’ve got. Just don’t quit.