Jennifer, Wow! You sure put some serious thought into this new program You are embarking on. That is a good sign that you recognize the importance of exercise for improved health and quality of life. You seem to be ready to make a commitment to a structured exercise plan that will become a lifelong habit.
Since you already gave yourself a good pep talk, I just have a few suggestions to make. Schedule your exercise time just as you would schedule an important meeting or appointment. Pen it into your daily planner so that you cannot make excuses for not fitting exercise into your day. Probably before or after work is going to work best for you (as opposed to lunch hours), so pick a time when you have the least amount of distractions.
First thing in the morning is ideal for many of us because exercise gets the day off on to a positive start. You can get the exercise “out of the way” to face the rest of your “to do” list with more energy. But if your morning is too hectic, then look forward to exercising at the end of the day as a way to wind down and focus on yourself. Just do not use the day’s pressures as an excuse for not exercising!
Regular physical activity can relieve stress and rejuvenate both mind and body. Do not think of it as work, think of exercise as therapy for better health. Your goal this week should be to complete three exercise sessions. If you do more, that is an extra bonus.
Good luck, Jennifer. I look forward to hearing what you accomplished in next week’s journal.
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