How to balance fitness and the rest of your life?

Discussion in Fitness Discussion started by Musadiq Khan Oct 7, 2016

  1. Musadiq Khan

    Musadiq Khan New Member

    Just because you live a busy life doesn't mean you should throw keeping fit out the window! You only need a few minutes a day dedicated to a fitness schedule to keep you going. Try as you might, you simply can’t control each and every aspect of your life-so why stress yourself trying? You can only focus your energy and time on those things that you can monitor and deal with the rest as best you can.

    Tips to balancing fitness with the rest of your life:

    Manage your time

    When you manage your time right, you should be able to enjoy a well-balanced work-play time. When you have a schedule, try as much as possible to stick to it. Be sure to tackle priorities first then deal with the rest later.

    Be sure to set aside time to recharge

    Regardless of how hectic your schedule is, you should make it a point to carve out some time to recharge. Your recharge time can include physical activities and quality time spent with friends and family.

    If you find that mornings work for you and your loved ones, then you can schedule time in the morning before work to spend time with them and put in some exercises to help keep your body fit. If evenings or weekends work for you, then that is what you should do.

    Don’t forget ‘you.'

    Unfortunately, most people are so taken up with their busy lives that they forget one important person, which is themselves.

    Forget about things and people that drain your energy

    Take a deep look into your life and determine whether or not the things you do and the people in your life drain your energies or not. In case you find that the activities you engage in and some of the people in your life tend to simply drain your energies then it may be time to cut them off!

    There is no point in engaging in activities that don’t enhance your life. The same applies to being around people that simply drain you out.

    Outsource whenever you can

    Most people tend to try to do everything by themselves. This, in turn, tends to drain them out. Whenever possible, outsource things that you can. You don’t have to tackle each and everything on your own.

    Make room for exercises

    No matter how busy you may be, it is important to make room for exercises. It doesn’t have to involve going to the gym and spending hours there; it could simply mean walking the distance you would have used a cab to reach or waking up an hour earlier in the morning just to exercise before work.

    When you introduce regular exercises in your schedule, you will notice your energy levels go up which will translate to more productivity on your end.

    Relax

    Remember to find time to relax in your busy schedule. You will be surprised how much a 10-15 minute break just to relax will mean to your overall well being.
     
  2. stephanie

    stephanie Member

    very nice tips, i think they are great for anyone who would to maintain a healthy fitness life
     
  3. micekjaki

    micekjaki New Member

    Fitness should be part of everybody life.
     
  4. Charli04

    Charli04 New Member

    Useful sharing regarding how to balance fitness in your life. I thinks fitness is necessary to live a healthy life. I really appreciate such informative sharing..
     
  5. Yankee

    Yankee Member

    for balance fitness , first we should maintain our daily routine like:- yoga or work out ,, healthy food ,, proper sleep at night.. proper rest...its very imp topic of our life i like it thanks for discuss it..
     
  6. miles rose

    miles rose New Member

    VERY USEFUL... THANK YOU.
     
  7. Sandra

    Sandra New Member

    It shouldn't be hard to fit exercise into your schedule, even 15 minutes is enough to see results.
    If you can't find 15 minutes of your day to do something other than work (whether it be housework or your real work), then your main priority should be getting that sorted out first because that's certainly not healthy.