Taking Advantage Of Extra Time

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You have more time than you think.  There are 24 hours in a day and not all of them are being used wisely.  If you want to start working out, the best time to get it done may be during a time there is really nothing to do.  If you have to be at work at 9AM and you usually wake up around 8AM, if you started waking up around 7 or 6:30AM.  The first few times you do it, you may feel like you’re dragging yourself out of bed, but when you start moving, you’ll be able to get a good workout in before you even took a shower.  When you start your day “before you start your day”, you don’t have to worry about it or end up procrastinating, holding it off for another day.  This is what your day can look like.

 

6:30AM–  Wake Up and workout

7:30AM– Get Ready for work (Take a shower, brush your teeth, etc.)

8:00AM– Start leaving the house (if it takes you about an hour to get to work.  If it doesn’t, you can use those extra minutes to watch TV, get on the  Internet, etc.)

9:00AM– Work

5:00PM–Leave Work

Rest of the day… Play

This is a very oversimplified way your day can look if you wanted to start working out.  Not everyone works in the morning and not everyone can workout right after they wake up.  You may like going to the gym, which may take more time.  You may not even like working out, but it doesn’t mean you can’t block off certain times of the day to get the things done that you always hold off for another day.  So if you are not a morning person, maybe you can stay up a little later to get those things done.  You may want to do them on the weekend.  If you just block off one hour a day, you can get a lot done without much need to procrastinate.




Will you be perfect?  No one really is.  Especially when you are first starting out.  Everyone is different and have a lot of different things going on in their lives.  It’s better to ease your way in to doing this than trying to do everything at once.  You may need to start waking up fifteen minutes earlier until you are able to wake up a whole hour earlier.  You may take advantage of the tiny little time gaps such as your breaks at work, on commercials, etc.

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