Working out is tough, and takes dedication and in reality, most of us hate it. We know we should do it to stay healthy, but that doesn’t mean we want to. Luckily they’re hacks for everything even fitness.
1. Short workouts
HITT High-Intensity Interval Training is short intense workouts that usually last around 10-15 minutes. It’s great because it’s short but effective. I personally hate working out for long periods of time, so the workout can be perfect.
2. Bring a friend
Working out is always better with a friend. You push yourself more, and being competitive can be fun giving you a great workout without even realizing it.
Yes walking. Not only is it a great way to get some fresh air, but walking is some of the best exercises you can do. It improves posture, helps you lose weight, and lightens your mood.
4. Workout Early
If you have 10-15 extra minutes in the morning, then you have time to workout. It doesn’t have to be HITT can be quick cardio or Pilates. It gets your workout for the day out of the way and leaves you feeling amazing.
5. Dance workouts
This is a hack because dance workouts are fun, and the time goes by fast. You don’t even feel like you worked out.
6. Listen to Podcast
I personally do this myself. Listening to your favorite podcast takes your mind off of your workouts so you’re not thinking about how many reps you have left.
7. Cute workout clothes
You know that feeling when you wear an amazing outfit. You feel on top of the world. Like you can conquer anything. The same goes for your workout clothes. A pop of color, or a cute workout top can make you feel amazing, and that’ll make you want to show them off.
8. Make it a Habit
Let’s be honest the more you workout the more you’re inclined to do it. Making it a routine is one of the best ways to get you up, and active.
9. Don’t think of it as just weight-loss
Yes weight loss big reason for people wanting to get active, but don’t think of it as just that. Think of working out as getting stronger, having fun, a stress reliever and giving your body the treatment it deserves, while remembering at the end of the day we’re all human.