Time management is something almost all of us in the working world have to battle and manage. It's very easy for people with plentiful free time to find a couple hours each day for workouts, however most of us struggle to fit training into our schedules.
My friend Laura Gainor has those common struggles, but has found creative ways to stay diligent in her pursuit of greater fitness.
Laura began by taking a few cycling classes each week, but work enevitably kept impeding. As one of the most creative people I know (take a look at her website), she found a unique way to implement guard rails into her schedule. Laura joined a group boot camp at Axiom Health & Fitness in Milwaukee.
Not only are group boot camps a great way to meet new people, but the group atmosphere helps some people stay motivated and remain accountable.
I wanted to highlight Laura's endeavor, not because she's some workout fanatic like I am, but because she's regular. She's a normal person with a busy life between work and family, but refused to accept the notion that it's acceptable to ignore personal health and fitness.
Keep up with Laura through her website or through Twitter - she's another example that your fitness can "fit" into a busy schedule if you want it to badly enough.