Fitting in fitness
Being there! Sometimes it's difficult to find time... in those days I do a 10 minutes workout from BeachBody, it's short but effective...
I'm also a student. I'd advise you try what I do. I do lots of short intense workouts 5-10 minutes between revision as my break time;
I.e I'll do a physics exam paper which is 1-2 hours. One or two short workouts, hydrate and then the next task. I also try to do a workout just before a meal (and after if I don't feel too full xD)
Yeah I have my last 4 A2 exams this coming week, all being well I'll be doing a MPhys degree from September :')
No its an integrated Masters degree :')
I'm from the UK. Most people go to university to do a Bachelor's Degree then have the option to do a Masters after, mines just a single course which gets me both :)
There its a 7 minute workout on this app that's whole body you can do. I do that one regularly. Also several short ones like 5 min plank.
Eat healthy, get rest, and exercise a little. Make your goals small and try not to worry if you miss it once in a while.
When I was in college and serving in the military, I got my workouts in - I just never slept is all lol - you have to sacrifice something, be it hanging out with friends or anything else that isn't an obligation
Multitasking is your best friend. Study and/or read while on a stationary bicycle or other cardio equipment that doesn't require much upper body movement. It's an excellent way to get work done while doing some sort of exercise.
Surprisingly I used to be a work out junkie. Before I completely gave up on that life, I used to workout in small bursts in between assignments. I'd finish my work, or I'd get to the point where I couldn't work/focus anymore and I'd put on I pair of headphones and I'd set a timer or I'd workout until I thought my body would collapse. I would make a check list for myself and I'd get my lifting and my cardio in. I'm tryijg to get back to that life. Good luck, hun!!
Working 70+ hrs a week and having a tough time fitting in my workouts also so not much help here :( Good luck to you :)