Overview: Currently stationary job, moving to much more walking, hoping to not mess up my weight training by preparing before jumping into it.
I’m a student, so most of my time is spent sat down reading, which means I generally have quite a lot of energy for the gym. However, in about 2-3 months, I’ll be moving into the lab full time. I did some work experience, and full time lab work essentially means walking 4-5 hours a day, on my feet for 2 hours and cycling for about 30 minutes. I found it difficult to workout effectively.
Is there a way for me to increase my work capacity (sorry if this is the wrong terminology), so that when I start full time I can keep up with my weight training more easily?
P.S. Spending my whole summer on my feet is not really an option as I have a desk job at home.