Making time to workout
Sacrifice. I have no friends hahaha
No but really, it just comes down to what things are you willing to sacrifice to make the time. "We all have the same 24hours" is true...but it's how we manage it ,is what counts. Trust me I know it's tough .
2 minutes everyday I try to do at least calf rises, I can even do them at work since I'm a cashier. And i will do stretches at work. I wake up a little earlier to go walking everyday. And when I have free time, I hit the gym for as long as I can. (: There is always time to fit in a small amount of quick exercises. Jumping jacks, calf rises, stretches, a quick jog, run, or walk. Good luck!(:
I have a busy schedule. It's mainly late at night. You have to just make the time for fitness.
Like the others said, sometimes you have to make time, sacrifice something else. However, there are plenty of workouts that take little time and are very effective. Don't tell me you can't knock off 7 minutes a day? Browse through the workouts and set your timer to '5-10min' and have a look at the list of workouts that pop up. You can also try making daily activities more active. Dance while you're waiting for the bus or your microwave to finish heating up your food. Run or walk faster instead of simply walking. Run up/down stairs when you see any. Do leg lifts when you're seated and crunching when you're lying down. Try doing squats when you're waiting for someone, etc.
Hope this helps!
Lucky enough to have a reasonably physical job so even days where I dont workout I usually clock up 10+km pushing barrows digging holes pruning trees and generally active... My downtime is usually spent surfing and just started cycling again...
Im not really a gym kind of guy... I have weights at home that I use if I want a weights session
When my dad worked full-time and went to the University in the evenings studying to become an engineer I asked him how does he manage to have time for everything. He answered "the more you do, the more time you have". And it's true.
Sometimes life is really busy. But almost, when we're saying "I don't have time" it just means "Something else is more important"
Whenever you say this, ask yourself, what is more important than caring for yourself, for your health, body and mind?