Peloton Instructor Tunde Oyeneyin's No. 1 Tip for Avoiding Burnout: ‘Invest in Yourself'

Oyeneyin starts her day with a 6 a.m. alarm, followed by 30 minutes of reading and an hour of working out.

Peloton Instructor Tunde Oyeneyin's No. 1 Tip for Avoiding Burnout: ‘Invest in Yourself'

Star Peloton Instructor Tunde Oyeneyin has a full schedule.

The 37-year old is also a fitness instructor.

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Author and Nike athlete ambassador. She is a burnout expert.

Oyeneyin is an ambassador who also represents

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According to, her morning routine is a big part of how she keeps her schedule from getting overwhelming.

Oyeneyin spends the first 30-60 minutes of each day away from her smartphone. She meditates, does her skincare routine, and spends time with her pet.

By focusing her attention on her own needs, rather than her work responsibilities, she can "gain control of her conscious mind" by starting her day.

She says, "It made me realize that most of the things on my list can wait." "Most of the things on my list aren't urgent at all."

Oyeneyin's 600,000+ followers on Facebook will be kept at bay if she stays off her phone.


She says that this saves her time throughout the day.

She says that spending 30 minutes on social media in the morning leads to another thirty minutes at lunch and then an hour for dinner. If I limit my morning social media use, I often find myself staying off it until the evening.

Oyeneyin tells her students that they should not feel guilty for taking time out of their busy schedules to care for themselves.

Oyeneyin says, "We often put our health or hygiene or physical well-being before the needs of others. We do this to ensure that everyone else and everything is fine." "That will only work for a short time before you burn out."

Oyeneyin explains that it is important to take care of yourself so you can be able to better handle your other responsibilities.

She says, "You need to invest in yourself if you want to be better and better for others and the world around you." "I do these things to fill my soul. When that happens, it makes me better for anyone I come in contact with.

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