I think that starting is the easy part. We always have good intentions and so getting off on the right foot is often pretty easy. It’s when you have to sustain that things become really difficult. Trying to keep going even if there’s a goal in mind it’s really hard when that call is an achieved immediately particularly for something that’s new. Achievement has its own reward and so naturally I think achieving it’s not the most difficult part, it’s steaming and continuing to do what you need to do in order to achieve even though the rewards of achievement don’t come right away
- How do you celebrate? I find that the extra energy I have when doing stretching and working out every morning is celebration enough but perhaps I should add something…
- I have added swimming to my daily habit and have been loving it. Recently I have been getting pretty bad headaches after/ in the middle of my swim. It last for about an hour and it’s really not fun when it happens. I’m not sure if it’s what I’m eating or if it’s because I need more water/ breaks while swimming, but if it doesn’t stop I think I’ll have to find a new workout. Any ideas on how to stop a workout headache?
- How do you get back to your exercise after being sick?
- Can you share how having an exercise routine has benefited your well-being?
- Are there any exercise tips for people who don’t have a lot of space?
Sustainig for sure. Starting is easy since I think of starting something because I’m really motivated but keeping it up is the hardest. Achieving comes after sustaining, but once I get the hang of it achieving is not so hard.
Sustaining for sure. Lots of excitement to start, lots of pride to finish, but during the middle they're isn't that instant gratification.
Probably sustaining, I sometimes find it hard to stick to my habits and to not go back to the bad ones. If you're having trouble sustaining then I'd say ask yourself if the action you're about to take us in line with where you really want to go. Is it going to further your ambitions and bring you one step closer to achieving it?
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- How I can change my lifestyle and add exercise?
- How do you keep yourself motivated when trying to incorporate exercise in your daily routine?
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