Your day begins at 6:30 am. You’re tired but the day awaits so you drag yourself out of bed and get going. You make breakfast for the kids, pack their lunches, tell them a hundred times to get going so they’re not late for school, break up six fights, drive them to school and come back home to collapse on the couch for a few minutes. The rest of your day consists of: cleaning the house, doing the laundry, grocery shopping, rescheduling 3 doctor’s appointments, making dinner, picking up kids from school and driving them to after-school practice, helping with homework, bathing kids and getting them to bed at a reasonable hour.
Oh, did you have time to workout?
I know, it’s tough! Life is busy and it can be hard to fit in an activity that requires energy that you honestly don’t feel like you have some days. This is where accountability comes in. Following are some ways that setting up a system of accountability for working out will help you be successful.