Like Camille, you might not yet have found the physical activity that motivates you to get started! However, Camille confides, “I never really did sports, other than bike riding or roller skating... but even finding time to take one bike ride per week would definitely do me good!”
Good news for you Camille, cycling and skating are sports! And if that's what does you good, you are right to want to do it more often. What's important is to move more on a daily basis and to have fun. Just because you don't feel like crosstraining or running a marathon doesn't mean that sports aren't for you. And then again, you might surprise yourself. ;)
It might also be hard to choose between all the activities that tempt you. Well, what I want to tell you is not to limit yourself! Cyrille has fun cycling, running, paddleboarding, and playing petanque, beach volleyball, and badminton. Yeah, that's it. His tip? He isn't a member of any gyms, which means he can be more flexible about managing his schedule with his two kids.
It's also a way of doing several activities without spending too much or getting over-committed! If that's what would make you happy, read more tips in this article: 10 sports to do without breaking the bank
But nothing is stopping Cyrille. And he's still tempted by clubs: “I went on a ride with a cycling club, and it was really cool”. He's also considering a triathlon. He did his first triathlon in the fall, and help from coaches seemed really significant. As for organisation, he says, “Even if it's just every other week, it's worth a try!”.
The good side of club sports, which could really help Camille, is that it pushes you to be regular. When you have a dedicated time and you've paid for it, we must say that it can be a real helping hand for sticking to a routine. Especially if you're the type who never manages to find the time.
And if you're still feeling lazy, we have an article just for you: Which sport should you do if you're a bit lazy?