I try to have a “set point” to always get back to. For example, after a weekend of partying, I want to be at LEAST able to reach my health “set point” of biking for 30 min. If I’m unable to do this, then I’ll raise my set point to say, biking for 31min. This gives me a new goal to accomplish.
I’m just trying this method out recently so I’m still seeing how it works :]
So “mentally preparing” and knowing those things may break me off habit is one way. In which I’ll prepare to “make up for” the missing days that week, or, since I mentally prepared myself, I’ll continue at my habit, despite partying, cause I anticipated it and set a plan to still do it around everything.
Or, if I am unable to immediately fall back into the routine of my “set points”, then I’ll raise the set point up one notch to make it a “new goal” to try and meet.
These are two ways that I’m trying it out at the moment 😗🤲
Good luck and happy journeys!😽✨✨✨
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- What have other people done to break the habit of snoozing in the morning?
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- How do you keep yourself motivated in the first few weeks where you can’t really see the difference despite putting in the effort?
- Do you use a device to track your exercise? How is that working for you?
- How do you get past feeling overwhelmed when you see your friends running several miles each day?
- What are your favorite moves to get your heart pumping when working out? (Burpees, Chair Pose, Jump Rope, etc)
- Do you eat breakfast first thing in the morning?
- What’s your favorite exercising music? Send me some good songs.
- When do you think is the best time of day to work out?