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You want to workout, but it’s been months if not years since you started telling yourself this.


You wake up with the best intentions every day to go to the gym, go out for a walk or put that work out vid in, but every day when you go to bed, it’s the same story. Nothing happened. No work-out. You feel bummed out, you let yourself down again.


If this is your story, take a deep breath! You’re not alone! In fact, you are probably within the majority.


I have one tip that saves my workout almost every day. And if I don’t follow my own tip then the story above is often my own!




What the heck is your workout magic time? It’s the time you are most likely to get your workout done and if this time passes it becomes a big struggle.


For me, my magic time any time before 7 am.


If I don’t start my workout before 7 am, I end up getting caught up in my work and it becomes one big battle. One big, not very fun battle!


If I have to think about working out all day, chances are I will have exhausted myself to the point of dreading the workout.


That’s why the start of my day is MY workout magic time. I wake up, do some writing, then put my music on and get my workout on! It gets those endorphins going first thing in the morning, makes me feel all relaxed but energized… then I can get to work again and I feel super accomplished! Before 7 am!


Anytime after 7 am, I start to feel rushed and anxious to get the workout over. Not a great feeling which often leads to lackluster workout.


So how do you find your magic workout time?


Mornings don’t work for everyone. I have client’s whose workout magic time is anytime after 8 pm. This is when they have time for themselves, this is when they can let all other thoughts go and concentrate on them and their workout.


So how do you find your magic workout time? You just have to commit to working out and see what time of day works it’s magic for you.


It’s not too complicated. There really isn’t a magic formula.




It will come to you.


Here is something that often works for my client’s.


Make a workout schedule for the week.


Schedule in 3 days at different times. Morning, afternoon, evening or whatever 3 times fit in with your schedule.


At the end of the week, you are going to know exactly what times were more of a struggle. Cut those times out!


And if you found they were all a struggle, which they might be at the start. Go with the one that was the least struggle.


Stick to your magic time!


It will get much easier once you start seeing and feeling the results of your work.


You can do it!


You just have to start <3




Remember you create your reality, which includes your body!


Lots of love

Lisa Jeffs Toronto Life coach






Toronto Life Coach - Lisa Jeffs






Lisa Jeffs is the founder and CEO of ‘Lisa Jeffs Enterprise’. She’s a passionate writer, speaker and Success Coach. Her passion is to not only teach but also inspire highly driven conscious leaders to step into their power and create the life and body of their dreams. You can connect with her through her website at

Throughout his professional career, Ryan experienced detrimental injuries that unfortunately took him away from competing in the ring. But he refused to allow his injuries take him away from the sport he loves and began focusing his energy towards coaching. Today, Ryan has over 20 years of coaching experience and has had the honour of training hundreds of amateur and professional athletes. He lives to inspire others towards working hard, learning new skills and getting in shape. His gym promotes a family atmosphere and everyone that enters the facility instantly feels a sense of community.

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