Finding Gym Time  | Club Mondain

Finding gym time  | Club Mondain

Time, the one thing no one can stop and most of us do not have enough of. Especially when wanting to keep our energy and vitality high exercise is an essential part to achieve this. Besides all daily tasks, weekly targets and monthly goal - how do you squeeze in gym time?

When we do not manage to exercise the body and relax the mind from time to time energy goes down. I think we can all agree on that, but how much do you really need? Here at Club Mondain we want to motivate you to do those first crucial steps to get you going!

Here is our 5 step guide to finding time:

  1. Identify what type of exercise suits you. Running, fitness, swimming, yoga, tai chi, boxing or hiking to name a few.

  2. Take a critical look at you agenda. How time do you really need? There are gym exercises that take 15 minutes but have the same impact as 1 hour run.

  3. Create the time you need. Building it up gradually is even best. Start with 10 minutes and work up to the desired work-out time.

  4. Combine exercise and existing tasks as much as possible. Get up earlier and cycle to the office, walking to a restaurant or fitness during your lunch break.

  5. Really celebrate each time you managed to create time to exercise by complimenting yourself (no we do not mean that tony chocolonely bar!)

Take a look at our previous blog on Power Walking Into Mindfulness for some inspiration.

Could use more support? Check out our 3-month signature program in the Shop that will help you with your specific health goal wherever you are. With this practical program you’ll receive personalized suggestions for every stay in your mailbox and get a friendly and to the point reminder every week, yep it’s that easy.


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