It’s often lack of organisation rather than lack of time that gets in the way of getting fit. If you organise your time well, then you can fit exercise around your schedule. The Daily Workout Planner course takes you through 5 steps:
Day 1 Assess what time you have available
Could you fit in 5 minutes for a fitness challenge before breakfast? Do you have time for a lunchtime walk? Or maybe you can do some Pilates and/or stretching in the evening? Use the worksheet to help you think creatively about what opportunities to have to exercise.
Day 2 Goal setting
What are you trying to achieve? You might want to
- Lose weight
- Tone up
- Flatten your abs
- Have more energy
- Improve your overall health
- Be more flexible
- Reduce stress and/or anxiety
The goal setting worksheets will help you clarify what you want to achieve, which will help you to decide what activities to do.
Day 3 How will you achieve your goals
Different types of workouts achieve different objectives. Day 3 goes through what types of exercise would help you achieve the various goals on the worksheet.
Day 4 Daily workout planner
Now you need to match the time you have available and what you want to achieve with the right exercise plan. Day 4 includes the daily workout planner worksheets.
Day 5 Tracking and reflecting
Tracking isn’t just about marking stuff off as done. If you don’t do your workout, it helps to make a note of why. Then, when you come to plan your workout schedule for the following week, you might be able to plan better to avoid missing sessions.
Sign up for the Daily Workout Planner course
After you sign up, you’ll get 2 e-mails:
The first will ask you for a one-click confirmation of your subscription.
After you’ve confirmed, you’ll get the day 1 e-mail.