3. Schedule workouts
Pencil in your workout so you’re sure to make time for it, and schedule it for the time that works best for you. For some people, that’s in the early morning, for others, it’s at the end of the day. Figure out when you feel the most energy and work around that. If you really can’t find the time, housework can burn a few calories.
4. Think short term
Having an end-goal can be a great way to get started, but when you’re not suddenly able to run a marathon after your first morning jog, don’t get disheartened. Instead, focus on how strong and energized each individual workout session makes you feel. That marathon will happen before you even know it.