How to Stay on Course with Your Fitness Goals
Finding the time to stay fit can be challenging in the best of times. Between work, running a home, and having a family, it takes focus and commitment to find the time to work out. Yet, there's no denying the rewards of doing so. Being physically fit impacts every area of your life - it lowers your risk of disease, keeps you strong and functional, and even enhances your mental health. So many good things arise from regular physical activity
Unfortunately, many things can happen in life that makes it hard to stick with an exercise program - a death in the family, family illness, a challenging new job, romantic breakups, and moving to a new house or a new area. When these challenges enter your life, it's easy to put your fitness goals aside and take a break from working out with a promise that you'll "get back to it" as soon as you can.
If there's a lot going on in your life, you might need a short break, depending upon the degree of challenge you're facing, but the sooner you can get back to working out the better for your physical and mental health. Exercise is usually one of the first things that takes a back seat when the going gets rough. Yet, it doesn't have to go that way.
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