Plenty of people say they want to be fit, but complain that work, family and other commitments keep them too busy or exhausted to devote an hour at the gym for a quality workout. But in at least 95 percent of the cases, "lack of time" is an excuse for people who want to avoid saying, "I just don't have the motivation."
If you were suddenly confronted with a business project that could mean the difference between getting promoted or fired, you would always find time to handle it. Exercise should be viewed the same way, especially since it is one of the best ways to improve your productivity.
But if you are truly too busy to go on a long run or head to the gym, there are things you can do to get a quality workout on a busy schedule. Here are a few examples of how to either keep active or make additional time so you can do just that.
1. Walk or Bike to Work
Some of you are probably rolling your eyes at this suggestion, and for good reasons. You may think that you live too far away from work, or you've dealt with the guy who does bike to work and shows up at the office all sweaty and smelly.