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9 Ways to Build a Fitness Habit Into Your Busy Schedule

The modern world seems to ask so much from us, huh? Our days are packed full of important things that must get done. No wonder people find it hard to fit in the time to stick to their fitness habits and reach their goals. That’s why we have broken it down to the basics with some friends at ProForm and found the best tips to create positive fitness habits that will fit into your hectic schedule.

The biggest challenge for many is finding a way to build a habit that works in their schedules. We have five steps that will make building realistic habits easy — and something you can do in any area of your life. Break down the bad habits in your fitness and you will find much more room to make the lasting changes in your habits and see the results you want most in your life.

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Joint infographic created in partnership with Fit Bottomed Girls and ProForm.

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Let us know your thoughts and the biggest successes or challenges you have encountered building a fitness habit in your life! —The FBGs & ProForm

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  1. Hannah says:

    Great post! I think these are all habits that working people can especially relate to. Squeezing something simple, like sit-ups, into your down time can motivate you to “think fit” throughout the day. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Chrystine says:

    I really enjoyed this post! I can relate to losing focus when I am overwhelmed with a busy schedule. I find the longer I wait to get back on track, the deeper I have to dig to find my motivation. Removing any excuses and having patience are the two habits I am constantly working on. Thank you for the great tips!

  3. Olivier says:

    Walking more, such an “easy” thing to do but hard when we spend so much time sitting.

    Getting on my feet more often in the course of the day is such a biggie. Spending all day in front of the computer hunched over, shoulders rolled forward suck for posture and overall health.