Sometimes I regain my motivation simply by taking a step back and observing the simple details of day-to-day life, for example looking into the sunrise even if you know it's going to be a cloudy day. Also, looking into memories sometimes helps (photos, past achievements etc)
Choosing a consistent time and place seems to be good. BUT if that doesn’t work, don’t give up. You can sneak in a short yoga video anywhere, anytime. One favorite I just discovered is a 13-minute video from Brett Larkin, Kundalini Morning Routine for Women.
Depends what you want to get motivated to do depending what the goals is. I suggest starting small with small tasks that will lead up to completing the big goal. Do those tasks for a while until they are habit then do more. I also find having an app like Fabulous or a goal planner in a journal is motivating because you really want to be able to tick it off and say yes i did it.
- What can I do to do my morning exercise every day? Any helpful tips?
- Does just a 30 min walk count as exercise? Also, if a pedometer app like Google Fit says I have walked 30 mins throughout the day but not consecutively, does that count?
- Anyone who hates exercise yet managed to lose some weight for health, what advice can you offer?
- How do I figure out when to do my exercise? I don’t feel like there is a cut out recipe.
- When is the best time to exercise according to science. Before or after a full meal?
- How do you get someone who is experiencing depression to exercise?
- What do I do on days where I don’t feel that I have the energy or willpower to exercise?
- What do you do when you don’t have enough time?
- I have real trouble In being active throughout the day. No excuses, am lazy. How do I not be?
- What kind of exercise do you do?