Ever find yourself stressed with all the things you have to do in a day that you neglect working out?
Not having enough time is the #1 excuse for not exercising. Deadlines at work, appointments, and family obligations all clamor for your attention. Exercise is no longer a priority. Well, it should be. Make it one of the important activities of your day. Make it a deadline to get in shape, set an appointment, make it a priority. It’s that important!
Exercise for Success
When you’re under pressure, it’s easy to make excuses and not exercise. You’re tired or you can’t afford the time. But most successful people do manage to find the time. And it’s because they made it a priority that they ultimately become successful.
You see, when you don’t exercise, you get out of shape. And when you’re out of shape, you can’t work efficiently. In the end, you wind up putting yourself under more pressure than if you had just worked out.
Exercise can contribute to your success. It can help you meet those deadlines, be ready for those appointments, or even have the energy for those family obligations. You see,exercise is a great way to give yourself a break. It gets rid of the pressure and frees your mind from that guilt of not living up to your own expectations.
Getting more exercise will help you lose that tired feeling. When you get your body moving, your heart pumping, and your lungs breathing fresh air in deeply, you are also refreshing your body. The benefits of getting even just a little exercise are many.
Wake Up the Little Grey Cells
Even if you only go for a brisk walk, this great exercise will shed some stress and sharpen your thinking. You could waste the whole day trying to solve a problem or you could go for a good walk, clear your mind, and have the solution handed to you on a silver platter.
Yes! Exercise pays off. Not just in fitness, but in a mind and body that function better and give you peak performance. And peak performance means you’ll get things done in record time.
Still think you don’t have enough time to exercise?