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In today’s busy world, finding time to exercise can be a challenge. However, with the rise of at-home fitness, working out has never been more convenient. But, how do you make the most of your exercise time when you’re working at home? We’ll provide you with a simple workout schedule that you can use to maximize your time and get the most out of your at-home fitness routine.

When living in the United Kingdom my schedule was way different from what I have now because of the time the kids started school and my job schedule etc. The wife and I woke up at 5 am before the kids woke up, that was the schedule that worked for us. Now with different school times and living situations, I work out after dropping them off to school.

That’s just one example of how schedules can change and how it’s important to find a workout routine that works for you in your current situation. Switching or adjusting to a new schedule can be difficult, but by being flexible and adaptable, you can still make exercise a part of your life. Whether you’re a morning person or a night owl, there’s a workout schedule that can fit your needs. The most important thing is to prioritize exercise and make it a consistent part of your routine, no matter what changes may come your way.

Sticking to an exercise program is a must in order to see the results you require, but with the right strategies, it’s possible to stay on track and achieve satisfactory results. Here are some tips to help you stick to your exercise program:

  1. Set Realistic Goals: It’s essential to set realistic goals that are achievable within a specific timeframe. This will help you stay motivated and avoid feeling overwhelmed.
  1. Make Exercise a Priority: Make exercise a non-negotiable part of your daily routine. Treat it like an appointment that cannot be missed.
  2. Find an Exercise Routine You Enjoy: Choose exercises and activities that you enjoy doing. This will make it easier to stick to your program and stay motivated.
  3. Mix it Up: Variety is key to staying motivated and avoiding boredom. Mix up your routine by trying new exercises, changing up the intensity, or adding new equipment.
  4. Track Your Progress: Keeping track of your progress can help you stay motivated and see how far you’ve come. Use a journal, fitness app, or fitness tracker to monitor your progress.
  5. Stay Accountable: Find an accountability partner, join a fitness group, or hire a personal trainer to help you stay accountable and motivated.
  6. Reward Yourself: Celebrate your accomplishments by rewarding yourself with something you enjoy, like a new workout outfit or a massage.

An exhilarating workout followed by a round of Abs, to finish off. Nothing like a nice workout to start your day before work

Being a Beachbody Coach

Being a Beachbody coach my wife and I had a great bunch working with us. Having a group to help with meal plans or whatever the need may be to stay focused and on top of things. That sounds like a great opportunity for people who are looking to improve their fitness and health in a supportive and accountable community. Joining Beach Body can provide the convenience of accessing on-demand exercise videos at any time, along with the support of a coach and community to help stay motivated and accountable.

Having a safe and supportive environment where people can feel comfortable sharing their struggles and progress can be very helpful in achieving one’s fitness goals. It can help to create a sense of belonging and shared experience, which can be very motivating and inspiring.

Overall, joining Beach Body seems like a great way to access a wealth of resources for improving fitness and health, along with the support of a coach and community to help stay on track and achieve your goals.

No need to go crazy buying equipment. Sometimes the basics work just fine, just knowing how to use them is Key

Working out at home or on the beach. No gym required

There are plenty of effective workout plans that can be done at home or at the beach without the need for a gym. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Bodyweight Circuit: A bodyweight circuit is a great way to get in a full-body workout without any equipment. This can include exercises such as push-ups, squats, lunges, and planks, done in a circuit format with minimal rest in between exercises. Personally I do both and it pushes you to the limit.

  1. HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) HIIT workouts involve short bursts of intense exercise followed by periods of rest. These can be done with exercises such as burpees, jumping jacks, mountain climbers, and sprints, and can be modified to fit your fitness level.
  2. Yoga: Yoga is a great way to increase flexibility, strength, and balance. All you need is a yoga mat or a towel, and you can follow along with a yoga video or app.
  1. Beach Workout: The beach can provide a challenging workout environment with the added resistance of sand. You can incorporate exercises such as sand sprints, crab walks, and beach burpees into your routine.
  2. Resistance Band Workout: Resistance bands are a great way to add resistance to your workout without the need for weights. You can do exercises such as bicep curls, squats, and rows with a resistance band.

Having an accountability partner to motivate each other

Having an accountability partner for exercise times can have many benefits, including increased motivation, accountability, and support. Here are some of the key pros:

  1. Increased Motivation: When you have an accountability partner, you are more likely to stay motivated to exercise regularly. Knowing that someone else is counting on you can provide the extra push you need to get up and workout, even when you don’t feel like it.
  2. Accountability: Accountability is a powerful motivator. When you know that you will have to report back to someone about your progress, you are more likely to stick to your exercise routine and make progress towards your fitness goals.
  3. Support: Having someone to share your successes and struggles with can be incredibly helpful. Your accountability partner can offer encouragement and support when you’re feeling discouraged, and celebrate your successes with you.
  4. Improved Technique: Having a partner to exercise with can help improve your technique and form. Your partner can provide feedback and correction, helping you to exercise safely and effectively.
  5. Fun and Social: Exercising with a partner can make it more fun and social. You can make it a fun activity by trying new exercises, challenging each other, and providing positive reinforcement.

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