I find it easier to have a fixed schedule, I personally exercise 3 times a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
At night time I prepare my workout clothes and ensure my Fitbit, towel, and water bottle are ready to go the next morning for my workout.
Set myself up for the time I want to spend here and then have some water, coffee or tea, a blanket or pillow ready (just in case) and also playing frequency sounds for bringing myself back to centre ☺️🙏
Let me tell you that my first challenge will be to accept that I am going to exercise and yes my work is almost done. I will be now 90% prepared for an exercise.the next i do is changing my workout clothes AnD a enjoyful music in background. Try one of these and let me nknow if it was useful. Thanks for your time. Bye. Will be nice talk to you again.
If it’s a physical one, I research the type of movements that will help me do the exercise, so I try and give myself a schedule of workouts. I warm up, do the preparatory exercises and do lots of stretching as a cool down. As I feel more and more confident, I start practicing easier version of the exercise, until I have enough confidence and muscle memory to master the exercise as it is.
When it comes to “mental” exercises, like the ones you have to do in homework, tests or exams, the process is pretty much the same: research, master the basics, and start from simplified version of the exercise I have to do. Apparently, practice makes perfect 👌🏼
Alternatively, my workout bag can contain workout clothes and shoes, towel and gym lock. I kept it in my car in case I decided to go to the gym and wanted to be ready. Never actually used it though. I’m trying to get back into exercise though so I might do that again.
– planing the time you’ll do it and set a alarm
– set your clothes out in advance
– make sure you have everything you need in a easy to get place so there are no excuses to not exercise
Good luck, I hope this helps!
1. Set yourself a good 10-20min before bed to write down your exercises, how long each exercise will be, rest time in between each exercise and full length of your exercise. Can put it on a piece of paper set on fridge, in your phone notes, set as a reminder.
2. Set yourself 10min to completely stretch and breath before your workout. It’s helps with relaxation, for muscle soreness or cramps (before and after) with blood flow, you want your body to be loose And relaxed. Thanks for the question and hope this helps if you have anymore questions just ask.
energy boost that helps to get through the whole workout 🙂
when i prepare to exercise, i like to get dressed into something i feel comfortable exercising in, without overdoing or under-doing it. i usually go for runs when i workout, but if i’m doing a full body workout, i’ll get my exercise mat, weights and everything else i need out. i’ll make sure to drink something before i workout, and after or in between as well. sometimes i’ll eat something really small before, but nothing too large, because it’ll give you cramps. finally, i mentally prepare myself to workout, and tell myself it’s not as bad as my subconscious is saying it is.
i hope this helped! bye bye stranger!
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