Two Fitness Tips: Hold Yourself Accountable with the Google Calendar App

Your Health is YOUR Greatest Wealth

When it comes to working out, we all know that the hardest part of doing it is simply beginning. Lately, this has been a challenge for me. I discovered the perfect solution – the Google Calendar. Both for your computer and your phone, you will never miss your workout.

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Each week, I recommend taking a moment to look at your upcoming week and find time to fit in a 30-45 minute workout. You will see how much time in a day there really is, you will never have consistent excuses. This also helps you to increase your time management skills, you will feel more organized and more productive.

 Two Tips to Hold Yourself Accountable

  1. Schedule your workout in your Google Calendar

  2. Set an alarm on your phone 

Google Calendar Schedule


Alarm Schedule




Reasons I Love Google Calendar

  • You can color coordinate for workouts I choose red, setting the intention I will let it burn
  • You can have it notify you, I set it for 30 mins before
  • Workout with friends! You can invite guests
  • Improved time management and organization, there’s no surprises

You will never regret working out

 When you see the time visually in your calendar and if you are notified ahead of time, you are so much more motivated and ready to let it burn.

Plan to implement a variety of workouts over the course of the week. Variety is the spice of life and you will work different muscles which leads to increased strength.

I hope you find these tips helpful! If you are interested in learning more about the Google Calendar Application features: Learn More Here

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