We all have an inbuilt mechanism that regulates the flow of energy in our body. At certain hours of the day there is more energy available to us than at other times. This is due to our personal biorhythm. If we are in tune with it and working to its rhythm, whatever we do will flow more easily and be more enjoyable. Work against your biorhythm and you will always struggle.
For me, my optimum time to exercise is 6am. This is when I am full of energy. Undertaking an activity at that time of day seems to set me up for a positive start. I feel more energetic and find that my mind rarely wanders to thinking about food. When there is an opportunity to get more active during the day I find myself feeling more enthusiastic and resist resistant the ‘call to get physical [http://www.lifeshapers.co.uk/Active8Keys.aspx]’.
But that is my biorhythm. Yours may very well be quite different. So how do you regulate your increased physical activity to your biorhythm?
- Take note as to what parts of the day you feel most energetic.
- If you don’t feel you have much energy then note what parts of the day you feel most energised after physical activity
- Find friends who have the same biorhythms and support each others activity motivation
If you haven’t thought about it before, give it a go and see your commitment levels improve.