You hate to workout.
You don't have time.
You don't have energy.
You have so many other things you would rather do.
Here are 7 reasons why Minutes in Motion (aka exercise) help boost your career, your family, and your life:
- It staves off diseases like cardivascular diseases, cancers, and diabetes (just to name a few) - if you're sick, you can't ship.
- Lifts your mood so you can think clearly and more focused to answer the needs of your tribe.
- 100% of active people are happier people. (Have you seen sad people working out? They don't stay that way for long.)
- Happier people are more productive.
- You set a stellar example for kids (who do what we do and not as we say).
- You increase your energy so you can ship more.
- Studies show that you increase blood flow to the brain (possibly even build new brain cells) for higher quality shipping.
What Productive Creative do you know doesn't need more energy, better focus, and a few more brain cells?
Here are 10 EASY ways to squeeze it in when you're super busy:
- Do it first thing in the morning - yeah, you can get up a little earlier
- Do it before you sleep
- Walk to work (or wherever you can)
- Discover HIIT (they're short, powerful workouts that have as much benefit as long treadmill stints)
- Find a workout partner (you can always go virtual if you don't have anyone near you...check out BodyRock.tv, Fitocracy, or Zuzana Light's Facebook page)
- Set up challenges for yourself (or this month you can follow mine on Facebook and Twitter)
- Constantly seek new ways to exercise to stay motivated
- Keep track of your progress (GREAT motivator - get your PC Journal by subscribing to my blog)
- Play music while you move
- Get the family involved (the kids will love it...spending time bonding with you AND you all get to form new habits together - a built in fitness community in your home)
There you go. Choose the ways that will help you stay motivated and your PCness will blossom and flourish before your eyes.
Do it NOW and love the PC way you feel!
What does your fitness look like? Do you do your Minutes in Motion every day? If not, why not? I'd love to hear from you!