The summer is a time of year meant for vacationing, relaxing, and enjoying some sunshine. It is also a time where we often stray from our usual routines such as our bedtime and our exercise regimen. With the fall season rapidly approaching, there is no better time to recommit to your routines that fell off track over the summer.
Establishing and committing to a routine is especially important when it comes to exercise. We know that exercise is a key element in maintaining our overall health, but it is something many of us have issues committing to long term. After a long day of work, many find it much easier to go home and relax than to dedicate some time to exercise. The mindset of "I'll start tomorrow" is all too often used as the easy way out, and for most, tomorrow never comes.
Whether your goal is to improve your structural support or to increase your overall strength, YOU have to put in the work. The easiest way to ensure the likelihood of meeting your goals is to make exercise part of your routine. Just as you make time each day to brush your teeth, make time for exercise.