7 ways to make time for exercise and nutrition. [Infographic]
How to prioritize health, organize your schedule, and get things done.
Almost everyone knows what to do to get fitter and healthier. (For most people it starts with: Move more and eat fewer processed foods.) But when life’s already full, how can you expect to actually do those things? With these 7 practical tips, of course. They’ll help you make more time for exercise and nutrition, even in the context of your busy life.
You just finished drop-off, are running late for work, and know your day is packed with meetings. Thinking ahead to dinner, you’re wondering how you’ll manage anything more involved than ordering a pizza on your takeout app.
And when the kids are finally fed and in bed? You just want to put your feet up and veg out in front of the TV or get stuck in a good book.
Most days, it seems like you’re meeting basic needs — work, food, clothes, a not-filthy home — by the skin of your teeth. How are you supposed to find eight hours to sleep, never mind an hour for yoga plus 10 minutes to chop veggies?!
If you’ve been wanting to eat better and exercise for a long time but life feels like an endless conveyor belt of busyness, and you can’t get off, we get it.
At RISE Athletics & Wellness, we’ve coached hundreds of clients. Many are busy moms, overworked professionals, single parents, students working multiple jobs, caregivers to aging parents — sometimes all of the above.
Heck, many of us are in the same boat, which means we’re no strangers to busy clients and busy lifestyles. The good news? We’ve found a system for helping folks prioritize health, organize their schedules, and get things done.
And, in today’s infographic, we’ll share that system with you.