Work out at the same time on most days. Pick a regular time for exercise, and stay with it as many days of the week as possible, workouts will become part of your regular day
Use visual cues to get yourself going. For example, lay out running clothes, shoes and headphones in a specific place so that you see them when you wake up. This also helps turn exercise into a routine that you do automatically without having to give it much thought.
Source: Bottom Line Personal September 2017 Navin Kaushal, PhD, postdoctoral fellow in preventive medicine, Montreal Heart Institute, University of Montreal, and leader of a study published in British Journal of Health Psychology.
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