You are more likely to stick to it if you enjoy it, and there is so much to choose from. From fitness classes to swimming and all that’s in between, you’re sure to find something you love.

Make time to stretch your body. You will become more flexible, helps relieves muscle tension, and improves posture. Plus, you’re less likely to wake up feeling sore, especially if you haven’t worked out for a long time.

If you dread a long workout or struggle to find the time in your busy schedule, break your workout up into smaller, more regular sessions for example a quick 20 minute hit session. 

Drinking plenty of water helps to regulate your body temperature and lubricate the joints. This helps to make your workout feel a little easier, so you can stay energised and workout to your maximum.

Having someone to workout with can motivate you and push you to achieve your goals much quicker. It’s much easier to roll out of the bed in the morning for a workout if you have a friend there waiting for you.

Music is a great motivator. It will get you moving to the beat and keep you running for longer - “just three more songs before I stop”.

Limit the occasion to once a month and, you will see better results making you feel great about yourself. Positive results will spur you on to do even more.

It kick starts your metabolism helping to burn calories throughout the day. It's the most important meal of the day, keeping you fuller for longer and less likely to reach for unhealthy high calorie foods later.

Give your body time to recharge. Getting the recommended 6-8 hours sleep, your body is more likely to have the energy to keep going throughout the day – helping you have the drive for that after-work workout.

Be confident, you will achieve your goal but be realistic with the time frame.