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Why You Need To Get Organised To Exercise

Updated: Dec 21, 2022

Get organised for success!

Emma Najman, Emma Najman, NDIS, Cancer Rehab & Chronic Pain Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor & Yoga Therapist
Emma Najman, Emma Najman, NDIS, Cancer Rehab & Chronic Pain Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor & Yoga Therapist

It’s time to get organised!

You’ve already read my BLOGS and:


  • understood your why,

  • defined your goal,

  • embraced the power of a deadline,

  • created a clear vision,

  • produced a plan,

  • visualised the bigger picture,

  • kept it positive,

  • approached exercises in new ways,

  • broken down your goals into manageable pieces,

  • found a mentor,


Now Let’s Get organised and make it happen!

Why you need to get organised to exercise:


Being tidy and organised will help to clear your space and brain to make sure you get up and are ready to hit the gym feeling your best!

How to get organised with your life

Let’s begin with a “get organised month”!

Let’s make sure we have suitable clothing and necessary items to get started.

Write a list of the basic necessities you need to try started.

You can always add to the list once you start with the basics:

Exercise towel

5-6 pairs of comfy workout socks

Leggings for winter and shorts for summer

Comfortable crop tops

Singlets for gym, T-shirts for outdoor training sessions.

Sweat pants

Hoodies

Comfortable, supportive training shoes

Hat for outdoor exercise

Sunscreen for outdoor exercise

Water bottle

Protein powder

Protein bars

Head phones or ear pods

Sports bag

Ask yourself can we go to gym? Or are we going to exercise consistently and remain motivated at home?

Purchase equipment for home workouts if you are not joining a gym, or sometimes exercising at home:

Dumbbells for home workouts
Dumbbells for home workouts

Bars

Free weights

Dumbells

Bands

Pull up bands

Mat

Foam roller

Bands for home workouts
Bands for home workouts

If you are joining a gym you still may also need to take with you:

Gym bag

Cobra grips

Lifting gloves

Power guidance pad for glute bridges

Lifting belt

Bars

Handles

Clips

Attachments for cable machines

For gym or home training you need:

Exercise towel

Water bottle


Emma Najman, NDIS, Cancer Rehab & Chronic Pain Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor & Yoga Therapist , water break!
Emma Najman, NDIS, Cancer Rehab & Chronic Pain Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor & Yoga Therapist - water break!

Keep calm get organised!

Let’s get organised and stay organised once and for all!

Ways to get organised

Make a list of what you need to purchase to get started.


Get yourself organised with a gym membership, if you plan to join a gym.


Visit and ask to be shown around a few gyms and ask plenty of questions to check you have found the best gym to suit your current needs.


Check the weights they have, any group exercise classes they run that may interest you.

Check how approachable and friendly the staff are.


Make sure your gym is not too far a drive, as this will put you off going when you’re tired!

Remember convenience is important to make it easier to attend regularly and stay motivated.


If its too hard to get to the gym when you’re busy or tired you’ll be less likely to make it a regular part of your schedule.

How to get my life organised

Being organised in life:

Think who you can you exercise with regularly, to motivate and support one another. Lock in your days and times in your diary and stick to them.


Don’t let your exercise buddy down!


Getting organised with your workouts will help you with how to become more organised in life in general, as the same rules apply.


Do you have more questions?


How many exercises in a workout?

How many exercises in a gym workout?

How many exercises should i do in a workout?

How often to train to gain muscle?

How many exercises in a workout is too much?

Refer to my “Produce a plan” blog.


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Emma Najman, NDIS, Cancer Rehab & Chronic Pain Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor & Yoga Therapist
Emma Najman, NDIS, Cancer Rehab & Chronic Pain Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor & Yoga Therapist

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