When it comes to working out, Saturdays and Sundays seem like the perfect days for it.
Without the stress of work or school weighing on you, what's stopping you from getting in a long run after your morning barre class?
Let's be real, though, by the time the weekend rolls around, all you want to do is camp out with Netflix and a box of pizza -- not spend your precious free days holding planks and sweating like crazy at the gym.
On Mondays, though, working out seems like a way better idea, and I'm not just saying that because I feel all smug right now about making it to a 7:30 yoga class this morning.
New data from the app Whisper, which collects confessions from its 30 million users, found people talk about exercising the most on Mondays, and the chatter dies down as the week goes on.
On Sundays, it seems people are the least motivated, which makes sense because hangovers, ice cream and TV. Am I right or am I right?
If you're guiltily shaking your head and thinking about how you can't even remember the last time you left your apartment on a Sunday, fear not. I consulted several fitness instructors, and they gave me effective workouts for toning your abs, arms and butt that don't even require you to step foot outside.
What are you waiting for? It's Monday, so seize the day and get a workout in.