Written by Sarah
How To Fit Exercise Into a Busy Day
Whether you’re starting university or going back for another year, life can get really busy with lectures, friends and just getting used to a new routine. So finding the time to exercise on top of everything else can seem impossible, but you don’t need waste hours at the gym everyday. It’s recommended you exercise for 30mins a day, 5 times a week and you can easily squeeze that into your daily life with our tips below…
Cycle To Your Lectures
Instead of taking public transport to your lectures, why not cycle or run. It’ll save you money, is better for the environment and a great way to kickstart your day.
Take A Lunchtime Class
When you’ve got hour or two break in your uni day, why not take a quick HIIT class or go for a run – you’ll be surprised how much better you’ll feel after a quick blast.
Join A Sports Team
From football and netball to rowing, your university will have lots of of sports teams to join. Not only will the team help motivate you to go, but it’s a great way to make friends too.
A 30minute brisk walk is enough to meet your daily exercise requirements, so why not walk between campuses instead of taking the bus, take a walk to the park or get off the tube a few stops early and walk the rest of the way. It’s really that easy.
Workout In Our On-Site Gym
You don’t even have to leave the building to workout at The Project. Our on-site gym has a good selection of free weights and machines to help you work up a sweat – the perfect place to squeeze in a quick session before or after university.