We want to help you exercise on-the-go! That’s why we have compiled a list of 5 workouts for when you have no time. Getting in shape shouldn’t be adding to your already-busy-schedule. We like to think of exercise as a release, an escape if you will.
We know it can be tough to work in–between cooking, working, grocery shopping, traffic and running errands that make up your life.
Before we give you a quick workout for those crazy days, we’d like to give you tips to actually making the time to train.
Put yourself first.
Put yourself first. Even if it’s twice a week. If this is something you really want to do, do it. Put everything else on hold and set yourself a short time aside. Don’t stress too much about the timing of your sesh but more on the endorphins and how good you feel post workout.
Exercise with a mate!
It’ll push you further. Training with a buddy will make you work harder and maybe even let out that competitive streak.
Track your workout sessions.
Tracking your workout is efficient! You’re obviously strapped for time, keep your workouts to a max of 30 minutes on days like this. It will also make you feel good to see how much you can achieve in this amount of time. Make it fun, too. The more fun the workout, the quicker the sesh – time flies when you’re having fun 😉
Finally, here are 5 workouts to make use of when you’re strapped for time.
- Reverse Lunge Knee-Up – Weighted – 20 reps (10 per side)
- Lay Down Push Up – 10 reps
- Straight-Leg Raise & Hip Lift – 12 reps
- Glute Bridge – Weighted – 15 reps
- X Mountain Climbers – 20 reps (10 per side)
If you have a little extra time, do it twice over 😉Time your workout with a playlist to suit your 5 workouts!
Create your own exercise playlist. Here are some goodies, you’re welcome.
- Levels: Nick Jonas, Jump Smokers
- I’m an Albatraoz: AronChupa
- Hey Mama: David Guetta, Afrojack, Bebe Rexha, Nicki Minaj
- Stronger: Clean Bandit
- Uptown Funk: Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars – Wil Sparks Remix