You can motivate yourself by promising you will get something e.g promising yourself you will play computer games if you do the task or giving yourself a punishment for failure e.g you will have to do extra push ups in your morning routine the next day.
I like to set my goals in a place where I will see them frequently. Put it up as my social media status. Use a browser extension to remind me whenever I open a new tab. Put up a sticky note. That way if I start to drift, I can have these reminders to say, "Hey, are you still working on this?"
I am motivated by the fact of not returning to old habits and vices that are not good for me. I am also motivated by the idea of taking on the process and not giving up.
- If you walk or run, do you have an alternative if the weather is bad? If you don’t, how do you still enjoy nice weather even when you’re working out inside?
- What types of exercise routines are best when you have only 10 minutes?
- What is your go-to morning exercise routine?
- I exercise at different times in the day based on my schedule. Do you find it’s better to exercise at the same time every day, or just focus on getting exercise in, no matter the time?
- What do you after an evening exercise? I’m finishing my exercice at 10 pm and I’m getting hungry afterwards. What should I eat?
- How do you celebrate after completing your habits?
- I’ve been struggling with depression. What is a good exercise that will also help my mind?
- Do you find it’s better to do this in the morning to wake you up or after you’ve woken up?
- What exercise programs qould you recommend to someone who does not like exercising
- How do you deal with injuries, for exercising?