There really is no excuse for not making time to exercise your mind, body, and spirit.Â
That’s right.Â It’s not just “squeezing out” time to run, walk, lift, whatever, rather, you should be challenging and strengthen all three.
In past posts I’ve offer some suggestions on what to do for all three.Â As we progress into the new year, I want to explore each more in depth.
Whether gainfully employed, happily employed, unemployed, looking to change careers, looking to try something new and different, about to be laid off, or anywhere inbetween – here’s the most obvious statement ever!Â
You are all you have.
For many, the number excuse for not exercising your body is “no time!”
Well, Jim Brewster – fitness writer and training, nutrition, supplementation expert – says that all you need is 10 minutes:
Busy lifestyle? A lot going on this week? Hard to get in a workout? Who says you don’t have time to train? Who says you need an hour to get in a good workout? There have been many, many occasions when I just did not have enough time to hit the gym, or so I thought.Â At times like this, some of my best workouts have been around ten minutes. Yes, that’s right, ten minutes. How is that possible? Why would I want or need such a short workout and am I shortchanging myself in a case like this? Many times we find our day to day lifestyle does not allow for a real, hour long workout. Job/school/family obligations can make it very hard to find enough time. Ever work longer than you expected only to come home and find additional unexpected obligations? This happens to me all the time!Â In a case like this, you have to decide how important your goals are and make the time to workout! It’s a case of training quick or not at all!Â Read more…
So read on, make time, and get stronger!
And let’s talk again about how to strengthen to your mind and spirit as well a little down the road.