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ENHANCING WORKOUT MOTIVATION

Let’s discuss how to UP your workout motivation

Similar to life, we all tend to face lots of challenges during our quest for a fulfilling fitness life. These moments are most times geared up by outside influences, which may sometimes create negative impacts on our mental state and invariably leads us into procrastinating our exercises. If it becomes a habit, we find ourselves being inactive and trapped. So today we’re going to share some motivating techniques that will help you get on the right track with your exercise and enhancing your motivation.

Set goals

Setting goals gives your life direction, bolsters your motivation and self-confidence. Set goals and create strategies to ensure you execute these goals accordingly. You can decide to set a goal to do a hundred push-ups daily, by increasing your number of repetitions and with consistency; you can quickly achieve this goal.

Join a Team

Registering for exercising sporting events made up of a community of people enthusiastic about exercises will certainly motivate you. These groups of people will also motivate you into training along with them, especially in preparation for a competition. You could take up sporting activities such as basketball, dodgeball, flag-football, etc. Training for numerous events with precise timelines will propel you towards exercising and keeping fit.

Incorporate movement all day

Low impact exercises such as walking, skipping, hiking, running, yoga and lots more are effective ways of managing the overall health and weight of the human body. Instead of taking a cab or driving to your place of work which is a few miles away from your home, you should occasionally take a walk. Sometimes take the stairs instead of the elevator, jog/run to the close by grocery store. These exercises are perfect ways of enhancing your exercising motivation thereby producing excellent results.

Partner-up

Look for a training partner who ‘s committed to training, to work as a team. The aids in ensuring that you stay motivated as you wouldn’t want to fail your partner during training and your partner wouldn’t also want to fail you. Partners are great motivators, and morale boosters. You and your partner can decide to set some penalties for misconduct; this is another excellent way to keep you on track and motivated to keep up with the practice.

Challenge 

Always take note of your weight at the beginning of an exercising circle and some halfway through it. This is yet another motivating factor. If you notice that you lost a couple of calories within a given time frame, you will certainly be motivated. You can get to know how much weight you’ve lost ever since you starting exercising by utilizing a clothing item. Get a piece of cloth, wear it at the beginning of the event and wear it again after a while (a week or more), you will undoubtedly see some changes.

Organize an Event or join one 

Organize an event around you and your colleagues at work or friends. For instance, you could set aside every last Sunday of the month to visit the 1000 steps with these friends. You could also run a mini boot camp such as going to the local park where you will have to set up circuits. If this becomes a yearly event, it will event build up. Or you can just visit the park for a game of Frisbee or soccer.

These are a couple of ideas to help assist you in staying motivated with your exercises. If you can adapt these, you will realize how easy it is to exercise and stay fit – consistently!

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