Scheduling a workout may sound silly, but it's quite beneficial. Just like everything else you do that is important, you find a space on your calander and make time for it. It's much easier to plan a time, and a specific workout for your day than it is to just "wing it". Look at it this way, you get up and decide that you'll workout today, you will...maybe...you'll try... and then at about 9 PM you find yourself still on the couch watching a marathon of Gossip Girl. Where as if you were to have a time planned out and a specific workout, you've already comitted to it. For example, I get up at 4:30 AM every morning and plan on working out by 5. Depending on which day it is, I will do weights or cardio. Like today, Tuesday: I planned on working out at 5 and doing weights for about a half hour and then when I get home at 4:30, I plan on doing a HIIT (high intensity interval training) workout. I love these because they are quick (15-30min) no nonsense, intense workouts that get the job done. I will probably do a post on HIIT trainings tomorrow. But you need to clear a space each day for this, its YOUR own time, for you. This is an opportunity to make yourself stronger, happier, healtheir, and make everyday routines easier. So clear a space on your calander everyday for some you time. Go on a 20 min walk listening to your favorite tunes or dance for a half hour, swim laps, jsut make the time to do something. It will be more productive and thorough way to stick to your plan to reaching whatever fitness goals you have set for yourself. I want to try and post my own workouts or favortie exercises on here, but for now I will post some easy and quck workouts to follow for when you have 20-30 min of your day. Trust me, no one has time to workout, they have to MAKE the time to workout. An hour of exercise is only 4% of your day (2% if it's only 30 min) Now...GO GET IT!