You want to get in shape for you big day but just can’t seem to find time to fit it in to your lifestyle.
You work hard all day Monday to Friday, get up early and finish late, have a house to run, friends to catch up with, and family who require your attention.
Exercise just seems like another addition to the ‘To Do’ list.
Only thing is….It never get’s done!
I have trained many women, who just like YOU, find themselves in a position whereby exercise (or lack of it) has become a big frustration in their life because they desperately want to do it but just can’t seem to fit it in.
So how does a busy woman go about fitting exercise in to her hectic schedule?
Here’s How It’s Done.
The way I see it is there are two main issues here that cause this training conundrum.
- You either simply don’t MAKE TIME in your day to exercise. Which suggests it’s just not that much of a priority to you right now.
- You feel like if you do exercise you need to be working out for at least an hour or so for it to be worth your time.
The first point is another subject completely that I will cover in the near future.
The second point is much easier to overcome .
See. Most women do in fact exercise for an hour, or more, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it is as effective as it could be.
What if you could cut this time down to 15 minutes a day.
Surely you would find a way to fit it in then?
Below is an excellent 15 minute weight loss workout that can be easily slotted in to any busy schedule and get you on your way to looking amazing in your wedding dress.
Give it a go and let me know what you think in the comments section below.
|Body Weight Squats||30 seconds||Squat down slowly and as low as you can.|
|Kneeling Push Ups||30 seconds||Hands in-line with your chest. Down slowly, up fast.|
|Alternating Lunges||30 seconds||Keep your head up, shoulders back, and spine in a neutral position.|
|Body Weight Dips||30 seconds||Keep your back and bum close to the step/chair you are using.|
*Complete all 4 exercises in a row with no rest and then allow yourself 2-3 minutes rest. Repeat the circuit of exercises 2-3 times each day.