I know what you are thinking right now. “There is nothing better to do but to watch TV all day” after a long day of work at the office.
And thus, we see that you tend to procrastinate on the things you ought to be doing by now, including getting that summer body ready for later this year.
Do not worry. You will get to it when you are supposed to. And that is okay. To help encourage and push you a bit, I created a list with some sound advice. Here are four tips to help you get out with your pets and exercise.
Let us admit. You are a bit rusty, and you do not move around as well as you use to 15 years ago. Your expected endurance will be on the low side in the beginning. Start by easing into a simple 15 to 30-minute routine. In so doing, you can avoid any potential injuries for you, and your pet had you not done so.
According to the Mayo Clinic, an adult male’s average water intake should be 3,000 millimeters per day. An adult female should drink around 2,500 millimeters of water per day. Treat water like your best friend. Well, your second best friend behind the pets that you have.
It may not seem like it. But walking is better than doing nothing at all. If running is not for you, at least right now, try walking instead. Walking with your pets for 30 minutes each day will do wonders for you and your overall wellbeing. No doubt about your pets enjoying it, too.
Whatever you do, be consistent, even on the days when you are not motivating to get up and do anything. That is no excuse. You will have to learn how to discipline yourself to stay the course, despite it all. A wise man once said, “Nothing ever comes to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work.’