When I think I'm just too tired to exercise, I commit to do 10 minutes of light exercise. If I'm tired after 10 minutes, I'm allowed to quit. But 95%+ percent of the time I feel better after 10 minutes and go on to get a good workout.
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Get up and go to the bathroom first. Then evaluate how you feel - if you're still dead tired, you probably need the sleep - go back to bed. But once you're up, you're more likely to feel like you might as well STAY up, and then you can get in that morning work out!
Just an idea to help you avoid the "I'm too tired" excuse for exercise!
If you don't have an icebox upstairs, there is no easy access to anything to eat, you have to think...Am I really THAT Hungry?? Do I really WANT to make that trip up & down the stairs again?? Trust me, it gets tiring. Added bonus, if you do decide you are that hungry & it is worth another trip up & down the stairs you automatically burn calories!
I learned this when my kitchen icebox went out! I'm TIRED of Eating!!! LOL
Variety-I get bored easily so I try to do something different every day
I record a few different types of shows from Fit TV and save the most recent 3 episodes of each. When I'm ready to work out I scroll through what's recorded and choose the one I'm most in the mood for.
I really like the yoga when I'm tired and cardio when I have lots of energy.
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