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Incorporating Mindfulness into your Workout Routine

Medically reviewed by

Prof Rishi Singhal MBBS, MRCS, FRCS, MD

image of women meditating practicing mindfulness before workout exercise

Question: What’s vital for your body to function properly?

Answer: That it gets a regular workout!

But as important as exercising your body is, practising mindfulness will also help you exercise your mind.

Mindfulness is the act of paying full attention to something. It means slowing down to notice what you’re doing.

Whether you’re exercising or in your daily life, mindfulness can be used as a calming, centring act and has various benefits to your mental and overall general health.

As a calming, centring act, mindfulness can be used as part of your daily life or while exercising, providing great mental and overall health benefits.

Here’s how to incorporate mindfulness into your workout routine: 

Focus on your breathing

Just like any other form of mindfulness meditation, it’s essential to focus on your breathing. When exercising, concentrate on how your breath moves through your body to enhance your workout.


To properly motivate yourself for a workout, use mindful meditation as a warmup.

The simple solution is to take a few minutes to go over your exercise plan and see how it changes your mood. Consider what you want to achieve during the session, what body parts you will be working out, and how you want them to feel after you have finished.

Turn off music

It’s pretty common for people to listen to music while exercising because it elevates their mood and motivates them to continue going through discomfort.

However, if you want to get into a more mindful way of working out, you should consider skipping your playlist this week.

When you focus on just the sounds around you, you can concentrate much better on your actions and be more present in the moment.


You can make workouts so much more effective when you combine mindfulness and exercise. 
Remember these tips, and you’ll be well on the way to strengthening your mental health and enhancing your workouts.

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