Robyn Chuter discusses her final tip this month for boosting your exercise success rate.
Identify your best time
Are you a morning person, all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed from the moment you wake up? Then your best bet is to get to bed a little earlier and do your exercise as soon as you wake up.
On the other hand, if you have to be dragged kicking and screaming from your bed in the morning (or if you don’t even have the energy to kick and scream), you’ll find it easier to fit some exercise into your lunch break, or after you finish work.
If you’re a night owl, don’t even think about trying to fit exercise into your morning. Conversely, if you’re an early-to-bed, early to rise type then don’t try to exercise at night.
If you want to find it easy to fit in regular exercise – make sure you choose times that suit your own natural rhythm.