I try to wear or have my work out gear by bed and as soon as I put the kettle on I turn the radio on and after a few songs you will know one and can't help sing and before you know it your dancing which
I don't work out for longer than ten minutes yet, so I focus on the fact that this is a small effort with many benefits. After the workout £ often feel like I can do more, so I just go on. If you set small goals, starting will be easier.
Maur Cia P.
I know that a workout moment is the only moment I can do it. If I postpone it, I will miss it that day. So as long as I started feeling better, I don't want to miss it and just turn a workout video on and follow instructions. The hardest moment is to start and than a session becomes pleasant
I have many things that keep me on track like walking with my partner, i have a visual body image of how i would like to look with in the next 6 months and I keep my work out clothes close to jus get out. Finally I do exercises that i enjoy doing,
I have a partner to keep me motivated, and a deadline to achieve my goal. The trick is to not have a goal so far in the future that you feel you can put it off. Micro goals all add to make up the ultimate goal.
For me, I always enjoyed working out. But there was a time, I felt unmotivated. What helped me get back into it, was when I saw a picture of what in looked like, and how I felt. I found my why, and it was, and still is to get stronger. I set small goals each work out, trying to do better than my last. I follow a program I enjoy and that helps me stick to it too. Once I kept up the routine, it became a lifestyle, and if I missed more than 2 or 3 days (because you need to still have rest days), I craved it.
- Any recommendations for easy and short exercises in the morning?
- How do you get out of bed when you’re so tired?
- Do you do the same exercise routine every day or do you mix it up?
- How quickly am I supposed to move from the minimum exercise to something more difficult? Is it okay if I’m still not inspired/motivated to step up my game after a month?
- Are you hydrated?
- What do you do when you just don’t feel like working out/exercising?
- What is your cue? What is your reward?
- What’s the appropriate amount of time to work out after eating?
- Is it better to do light exercise for 90 minutes, or heavy exercise for 30 minutes? The goal is mostly weight loss.
- What do you do when something prevents you from doing your usual exercise method/routine? I have asthma so I can’t run outside. I usually play Step Mania because it gets my heart rate going. But sometimes my tech doesn’t work. And I don’t really have the space to do Zumba or other aerobics. I’ve tried going to the gym, but it takes so much extra time to get ready and leave the house and etc. Difference between spending exactly 30 minutes vs 90 minutes with commuting and getting situated and etc. at the gym. I don’t want exercise to be something I dread doing. Does anyone have something fun they do at home for exercise?