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Block Timing To Workout

 

Having a hard time scheduling time to work out during the week? Try block timing to make room for it. You can use block timing to help with any part of your life to make it easier to keep everything organized.

 

No matter what keeps you busy - a business owner, a parent, a working professional, or a hobbyist, we all have the same number of hours in a day. With only 24 hours in a day and 168 hours in a week, it’s imperative to breakdown how many hours you have to do the things you love.

 

This week’s post is concentrated on time blocking for working out. If exercise and working out is important to you, first determine how many times you want to work out per week. If four times per week, then determine your method. Will you work out at the gym or jog around the neighborhood? If it takes you 15 minutes to drive to the gym then workout for 1 hour, then you should calculate 1 hour and 30 minutes per workout, times 4 work outs per week equals 6 hours per week. If on the other hand, you will jog 2 miles around the neighborhood when you wake up in the morning and each mile takes you 10 minutes, then you should reserve 20 minutes per workout, which times 4 work outs per week equals 1 hour and 20 minutes per week.

 

Regardless of what you choose (remember working out should be fun), the goal is to plan your workouts, the time commitment, and add it to your calendar just like you add everything else to your calendar. Your health is just as important as getting together with a friend for a cup of coffee.Having a hard time scheduling time to work out during the week? Try block timing to make room for it. You can use block timing to help with any part of your life to make it easier to keep everything organized. No matter what keeps you busy - a business owner, a parent, a working professional, or a hobbyist, we all have the same number of hours in a day. With only 24 hours in a day and 168 hours in a week, it’s imperative to breakdown how many hours you have to do the things you love.

 

This week’s post is concentrated on time blocking for working out. If exercise and working out is important to you, first determine how many times you want to work out per week. If four times per week, then determine your method. Will you work out at the gym or jog around the neighborhood? If it takes you 15 minutes to drive to the gym then workout for 1 hour, then you should calculate 1 hour and 30 minutes per workout, times 4 work outs per week equals 6 hours per week. If on the other hand, you will jog 2 miles around the neighborhood when you wake up in the morning and each mile takes you 10 minutes, then you should reserve 20 minutes per workout, which times 4 work outs per week equals 1 hour and 20 minutes per week.

 

Regardless of what you choose (remember working out should be fun), the goal is to plan your workouts, the time commitment, and add it to your calendar just like you add everything else to your calendar. Your health is just as important as getting together with a friend for a cup of coffee.


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