1.) Block it off on your calendar.
If you’re like the clients I train you live by your outlook calendar. Some of them set notifications 30-minutes prior to know when to leave their desk and get ready for the gym. After a while it becomes a habit and what started off as an accountability trick becomes a healthy routine.
2.) Commit with a friend.
In words of the late Greg Plitt, “It takes a weak person to cancel on someone.”
Our friends are there for us through the good, bad, so why not healthy? Build a camaraderie with friends who have the same work ethic as you in the gym so you can not only get swole together, but have a good time doing it.READ MORE ON JAMIE NGUYEN’S BLOG