Time is precious, and the more time you waste on ineffective activity before and during a workout, the more you hamper results. If you’re looking to fit in some serious workout time, in no time at all, then follow these simple steps.
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Intensity does not mean lack of enjoyment. This depends on your goals a leisurely cycle in the country side is great for enjoyment but its unlikely to cause the stimulus required to make your body adapt and bulid muscle or lose fat. Intensity doesn't mean lack of enjoyment I love challenging my body, and keep my weight training exercises below 60 mins, Once you get over 45 mins you start to produce cortisol the stress hormone, which is bad for muscle gain.
The two comments below me are spot on. I MAKE time for my exercise because I enjoy it and I want to relish it. Squashing it into a tiny space where it doesn't belong wouldn't give me the feeling of achievement I have now. Maybe it works for some people but not for me.
I agree with Tanith - what happened to trying to enjoy our exercise without rushing it. A leisurely weekend cycle is a huge source of pleasure for me. I wouldn't want to do it if I was always thinking about increasing the intensity, racing against time. We try to cram too much into our lives, in my opinion.
I don't know... I don't think the answer to our hectic lifestyle is to try to do more, faster, but to do less in a more focused, engaged way. This article has me thinking of hamsters running in their little wheels...
I like this approach - in, out, just get on with it. Doing my hair first???!!!
Circuit training, pyramid training and plyometrics are all great high intensity workouts which save time.
some of us gentlemen really don't have any hair to waste time on! Certainly getting clean and tidy is for AFTER the workout, not before.
It's true how so many of us waste time getting changed and procrastinating. It should just be part of the day, like taking a shower. It soon becomes second nature.
Don't waste time planning and researching your perfect workouts too much. Just get up and do it. Science will always be telling us more about the effect of exercise/best workout types etc, But rather than sitting there reading about it, just move!!
you can always find time to workout if you make time. it should be top on anyone's priority list in my book.