How To Make Time for workouts when you don’t have any time?

Exercise is great for your health and your mental well being, but it can be hard to find the time. If you’re like me, you want to make sure that you can fit in a workout every day. To help you with that dilemma, I’ve put together some tips on how to squeeze in a workout even when life gets busy!

Have a plan.

A lot of people think they don’t have enough time to workout. But what they don’t realize is that you can actually make your workouts fit into your schedule. You just need to plan them ahead of time, just like you would any other appointment or chore.

After all, if you weren’t able to find the time for a workout when it was planned and ready for you, why would doing so be different when it’s not planned? A good exercise routine will only help improve your life in general—your physical health, but also your mental health and stress levels are all improved by regular exercise. So if you do want more energy throughout the day, better sleep at night and overall happiness with yourself then making this change might be worth it!

Get up early.

When you wake up in the morning, your body is still relaxed and rested. You haven’t had anything to eat yet either, so your metabolism is working at its peak power level.

If you get up early enough, it will be totally quiet and peaceful outside — no cars or people around! That means no distractions from external sources other than your own thoughts and feelings. And if you’re not comfortable with those things yet? Well then maybe that’s something worth working on too!

Make use of your commute time.

If you’re looking for a way to squeeze in extra workouts, consider using your commute time. The average American spends more than 25 minutes each day commuting to work, according to the Census Bureau. And if you live in a city like Los Angeles or New York, that number can easily be over an hour!

While most people don’t want to spend this valuable time sitting still and doing nothing (which is why they turn on the radio), there are plenty of other options for making use of this wasted time.

You could listen to podcasts (especially those about fitness) or audio-books—or even read a book on your phone! Listening is better than reading from a screen because it doesn’t strain the eyes as much and will help prevent eye strain if you’re trying not only save time but also protect your vision long-term. If possible though, try reading some articles or books instead: they’ll provide better learning opportunities because they’re not as passive as audio content tends towards being; however both types offer benefits so pick whichever one works best for how much attention span/concentration level each requires.”

Find a workout buddy.

Finding a workout buddy is one of the best ways to stay motivated and stick to your fitness goals. You’ll be able to motivate each other when times get tough, share tips and tricks that work for you, help each other out if one person is having trouble with their exercise plan, and encourage each other!

Don’t make excuses.

We all have busy schedules and lots of things to do. The best way to make time for your workout is not to think about it, but just do it! Don”t let excuses get in the way of your goals.

Don’t let excuses stop you from living a healthy lifestyle.


We all have the same 24 hours in a day, and we can use them to make time for anything. If you want to maintain an active lifestyle and keep your body healthy, it’s important that you prioritize exercise. The best way to do this is by planning ahead and making a commitment to yourself—whether that means setting aside time in your schedule or waking up early so you can fit some exercise into your morning routine!

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