If you’re finding it harder to get your workout in at home, you’re not alone. As our to-do lists grow, it may be difficult to set aside some time for yourself, especially if you have kids. Josh Pearson director of the Spark Training Program at StaFit says with kids spending more time at home, consider having them join you in your workouts.
He says 10 minutes of exercise can help burn off some of that extra energy kids have, in addition to helping you get in your daily workout. Pearson says if your kids don’t want to workout with you, consider a reward system for yourself to help you stay motivated.