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Exercise // Thinker: Exercising in a Rush

There are at least two things important things to remember when you are short on time for your exercise.

The first is dependent on the second.

  1. Exercising when you are in a rush, on balance, is better than not exercising at all; and,

  2. Exercising when you are in a rush wholly different than rushing through your exercise.

Doing less exercise well is is greater than rushing through it for the sake of choreography, ego satisfaction or appeasing someone else (a coach, trainer or workout partner).

Merely showing up, doing what you can and doing it in a way that serves you and your future self best is always a win.

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