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Events That Sabotage Your Workout (and How to Prevent Them!)
1. Going on Vacation
Who wants to be stuck in a gym when there are poolside drinks and other vacation-specific time for your schedule? But slacking on your routine can make it that much harder to remotivate yourself when it’s back to real life.
Fight it: Instead of turning completely sedentary, make sure you incorporate even a few hours of exercise into your vacation. Just a little preplanning before you jet on a plane will help keep your vacay from stopping your workout routine.
2. After-Work Events
Sometimes, (fun) stuff happens. A co-worker’s after-work birthday celebration or a can’t-miss event means your post-work fitness routine may get the shaft.
Fight it: Again, planning ahead is key. If an event happens on one of your exercise days, switch up your workout to an earlier time. Or switch workout days so that you are free to have fun without feeling guilty about missing a day.
3. Lack of Sleep
Functioning on lack of sleep is not fun, and it can keep you from feeling like you want (or that you can) fit in a workout. Maybe you’ve been hitting your alarm instead of waking up in time for fitness class, or maybe you’ve felt too exhausted at the end of the day to muster up enough energy to run. Either way, lack of sleep can keep you from feeling on top of your workout game (and can lead to weight gain in the process).
Fight it: Make getting enough sleep a priority. Set an earlier bedtime and stick to it.
4. Too Many To-Dos
Deadlines at work, picking up the kids, and grocery shopping (or running other errands) during your only free time can all add up to a day with no room for the gym.
Fight it: Remind yourself that any fitness is good fitness. You don’t have to put in hours upon hours of workouts; commit to at least 20 minutes of being active at least the majority of the week and try to increase it to every day. You’ll find that it won’t take too much time out of your day to cross exercise off your list, and that it won’t eat into your free time.
5. Missed Meals
We all know the importance fueling a workout, but in our busy lives eating the right food at the right time can be harder than it seems. Not eating regularly can be bad for you: there’s nothing like a grumbling stomach to convince yourself that you should be skipping a workout, and a missed meal now can mean gorging (and not feeling up to exercising) later.
Fight it: Make healthy meals easily accessible and fast to make so you don’t feel like you’d rather be hitting the nearest burger joint instead of putting in the gym time. And make sure you schedule any big meals at least a couple of hours before a hard workout.