You are busy and missed a workout. Do This. [Infographic]
Two things, don't sweat it, and don't make it a habit. Just do this.
Dean Carlson, Pn2
It can happen to any of us. You haven't missed a day in the gym for weeks, and then BAM! You get sick, or have a week of late meeting, or life "just happens". Sound anything like your life? Don't despair - you can still keep things moving in the right direction by taking just 10 minutes to focus on yourself.
It's inevitable. One of my best clients, the superstar who does "everything right" - never misses training, is on point with their eating, gets enough sleep - "that guy or girl", gets derailed by the holidays, or vacation, or a stressful time at work.
Falls right off the wagon, and stays there for months, or worse.
Doing all the "right things" does great things for you, physiologically and psychologically. When you are taking care of yourself and exercising regularly your heart and lungs function better, your move better, heck you even think better - TRUE STORY.
But the opposite is true when you stop exercising regularly. Those benefits start to fade away, and it happens quicker than we would like.
The good news is it doesn't have to take a ton of time to maintain the gains you have, at least over the short term. The workout below isn't going to turn you into Buff Buffington, but it will keep you moving and even more importantly, in the habit of moving when life gets in the way.
Download the infographic for your printer or tablet, and keep it handy when your regular workout just isn't going to happen.
To make sure you have your "stay in shape" plan handy next time you need it, download the infographic and print a copy or save it to your tablet.
Want to learn more?
Most people know that regular movement, eating well, sleep, and learning to manage stress are important for not only looking better, but for health. But for applying that knowledge we can sometimes use a little help.
We specialize in giving that help to our clients - who have busy, stress-filled lives, and need help making it easier to fit "one more thing" (even though it might be the most important thing) into their life.
If that's you, let us know, and we'll see how we can help you too.