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You Need To Organise Your Schedule

Updated: Jan 13


How do I Organise My Schedule?

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

Organise your calendar first


How to organise your calendar:


Add annual commitments including special events and holidays.

Then you need to organise your schedule.

How do you keep your daily schedule organised?

Establish your schedule requirements first, including your work schedule and all your regular child related or other commitments, then organise your week next.

Organise your weekly schedule


To organise weekly schedule write down your exercise sessions for the whole week in advance in your diary every Sunday, including cardio, weights training, pilates, yoga, or any other exercise you are committing to, specific to the goal or goals you are working towards, with the number of days required to achieve your goal, for each exercise and also appropriate rest and recovery days.

Then organise the day to day schedule next.

Strength Training Legs - Back Squat
Strength Training Legs - Back Squat

Organise daily schedule


How to organise your day:


Each night check your schedule for the next day so you are prepared, set your alarm if you’re exercising first thing in the morning, or organise your exercise clothing and gym bag, if you need to take it with you to exercise at lunch time or after work.

Commit to your exercise like an appointment, be true to yourself and don’t let your self down by letting yourself off the hook.

You must complete each session as you have committed to yourself.

If you don’t have a lot of time for your session use the time you have.

Even 10 minutes a day will make a difference and once you start you will likely manage longer.

If you miss your session commit to making it up later in the day.

Posture and Core Training - Pilates Roller Swan
Posture and Core Training - Pilates Roller Swan

Why is it important to schedule tasks?


Organise the schedule to make sure you have allocated time for all important activities, with enough time for each activity.

Organise your schedule to achieve your fitness goals.

How to organise goals?


Organise your goals from the biggest, most important, long term goal first and break down into smaller short term goals to focus on daily and weekly like parts of a jigsaw puzzle, building to create the full picture, your long term goal.


See my BLOG post ‘You Need To Break Down Your Goals Into Manageable Pieces’ for details.


https://www.endphysio.com/post/you-need-to-break-down-your-goals-into-manageable-pieces

Need MORE help to GET YOU STARTED?

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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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