Definitely, i lose motivation insanely quick which makes it so difficult. However remembering why you started or what you want to change helps me a lot 🙂
Sometimes when I feel overworked or tired I really don’t want to workout so I either don’t at all or have a really slow and not so great workout.
Yes definitely. Somedays when i am not feeling good enough to get through the whole workout, I put on some upbeat favourite music to help me. Ither times when it feels physically impossible to do the workout, in order to not break habit, i reduce the amount of exercise i do. It could be reducing time, reps, or intensity.
If a workout loe is a time when you dont feel like working out then yes I do, there are some times when i just dont feel like working out, so what I do are some small things that still get me active but aren't necessarily workouts like yoga or even something simple as walking around.
- How many times you exercise in a day?
- What can motivate you to ensure you won’t quit while getting started?
- How does one fit the exercise habit into their morning routine? Is this something done right before noon or, is there a better time after awakening to start exercising? A set time? Maybe even stepping out of doors in pajamas to reach the mail box considered exercise for eight minutes?
- How do you reward yourself?
- What is a moderate workout I can do in my bedroom?
- If I train constantly, my muscles never get sore. So it becomes routine and boring. What should I do?
- Do you complete your exercise habit in the morning? I often have 6am work meetings, and I sometimes have difficulty getting the exercise in before work.
- What do you do for your morning activity?
- What is your morning exercise of choice?
- How can I remain consistent with exercise and ensure I carry out a routine everyday?