How to create a successful exercise plan

exercise plan

exercise plan

You have decided to start exercising and now you need a plan to keep you on track. There are many ways to go about having a successful exercise plan, here are just a few that can start you on your way:

Keep a journal and record each day. Make it simple so that it can be done in a few minutes and not be daunting to do at the end of a workout. Keep track of the time of day you are exercising, how long, what you did and how you felt afterwards. Many people feel better after they exercise at different times of the day and by keeping track of what works for you means you can try to set into a routine that works for you.
Have an accountability exercise partner. One of the best ways to do this is to be able to both be doing the exercise plan together, but with most people’s hectic schedules it can cause for some conflicts in timing. If you can not exercise together than set up a time either daily or weekly to keep track of each others progress and keep each other motivated.
With finances for many being a concern don’t let that stop you from working on the exercise plan that works for you. If you want to hire an exercise coach but the price is too steep, find a friend that is in the same position and then hire a coach you can split the time with saving you 50% of what it would cost you and still having the specialized time.
Try different gyms in your area at the trial rate, this idea won’t last forever but most big cities have lots of choices and free trials usually for a week or sometimes longer. You can check out the option that works best for you free.
Being creative with your choices for an exercise plan make it work very well for you. If you find your plan not working change it around to make it work for you, it is better to change it than to give up on your exercise plan.

You have decided to start exercising and now you need a plan to keep you on track. There are many ways to go about having a successful exercise plan, here are just a few that can start you on your way:
Keep a journal and record each day. Make it simple so that it can be done in a few minutes and not be daunting to do at the end of a workout. Keep track of the time of day you are exercising, how long, what you did and how you felt afterwards. Many people feel better after they exercise at different times of the day and by keeping track of what works for you means you can try to set into a routine that works for you.Have an accountability exercise partner. One of the best ways to do this is to be able to both be doing the exercise plan together, but with most people’s hectic schedules it can cause for some conflicts in timing. If you can not exercise together than set up a time either daily or weekly to keep track of each others progress and keep each other motivated.With finances for many being a concern don’t let that stop you from working on the exercise plan that works for you. If you want to hire an exercise coach but the price is too steep, find a friend that is in the same position and then hire a coach you can split the time with saving you 50% of what it would cost you and still having the specialized time.Try different gyms in your area at the trial rate, this idea won’t last forever but most big cities have lots of choices and free trials usually for a week or sometimes longer. You can check out the option that works best for you free.
Being creative with your choices for an exercise plan make it work very well for you. If you find your plan not working change it around to make it work for you, it is better to change it than to give up on your exercise plan.

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