13 Easy Ways To Exercise When You Don’t Have Time To Work Out

From being more efficient at the gym, changing your commute, investing in a standing desk, recruiting a friend to competing with yourself and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Plan Out Your Gym Time – 00:44
Be efficient at the gym – 01:22
Opt for the stairs instead of the elevator – 02:04
Pack your shower gear – 02:36
Invest in a standing desk – 02:58
Change Your Commute – 03:37
Join a gym virtually – 04:03
Recruit a friend – 04:43
Try Short-Burst HIIT Workouts – 05:03
Wake up 20 minutes earlier – 05:30
Cut the Cord and Screen – 06:07
Sign Up for a Fitness Class – 06:39
Compete With Yourself – 07:08


1. Plan Out Your Gym Time: The first solution is intentionally writing physical activity into your routine. If you don’t deliberately plan a time to work out, your workout session will get pushed. Before you know it, it’s been a month since you’ve seen the gym.

2. Be Efficient at the Gym: If you’re short on time, you can do certain exercises to work multiple muscle groups at once and torch as many calories as possible. Compound exercises hit multiple muscle groups and two or more joints at once. These moves require more energy from more muscles, which helps burn more calories in less time while increasing overall muscle mass.

3. Opt for the stairs instead of the elevator: Obviously, if you’re headed to the fortieth floor this isn’t feasible. But if your office is on the third floor, take the stairs instead of the elevator. If you include going to and from work, to and from lunch, and to and from your car because you forgot your phone, that’s 12 – 18 flights of stairs right there.

4. Pack your shower gear: If you exercise before work, showering after your workout is a must. You don’t want to roll into the office smelling like a laundry basket.

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