First and foremost important is about prioritizing a time of the day to exercise. When it is not prioritized, the excuse will always be there.
First thing you need to do is categorized exercise into your lifestyle without any maybe’s or but’s. Exercising should be a must in your daily routine. Time management will hold the key to allocate exercise within your schedule. Non-productive time such as watching television shall not be prioritized and shall be last on your list.
Second thing you can do is to surround yourself with fitness oriented people. Having friends that are motivated or training partners will help you stay motivated.
Third is to think about how good the exercised body looks on you. Just remember that an exercised body is the looks that never fade. Along with the good look you will have, long term health benefits is another plus for the exercise body. As you get older, you will have better quality of life and that shall motivate you to continue sticking to your exercise regimen. The strongest motivation for most people is to stay active and be able to play with their children or grandchildren for many years to come. Having a short term and long term goal will keep you focused on the exercise plan. Don’t you want a hot bikini body if you’re going to a beach resort in Mexico? People fall on and off the wagon with exercise because they don’t have any goal to aim for. Once you reached your goal, aim for a new goal and this will keep you motivated. Once you start exercising you have conquered the biggest obstacle. Stop finding excuses and start TODAY!