Penciling your training sessions into your diary (or typing for those who aren’t old school like me) is a great way to ensure you get to those training sessions.
Write your sessions in and treat them like a specialist appointment. You wouldn’t cancel a specialist appointment, would you? No, you’d do everything you could to get there, and that’s exactly how you should think of your training sessions. After all, your health should be your number one priority.
If you are a parent, I recommend talking to your partner about what days and times you plan on training. That way your partner is on board and can ensure you stick to your plan.
If you have a trainer, send them your diary so they know your plan and can keep you accountable. Or, alternatively, you can text a friend to train with you. Having that extra support can make a huge difference.
At the start of next week, I encourage you write in your diary exactly when you intend to train.