Remind yourself why you’re exercising in the first place, and why sticking with your workout will be worth it in the long run.
Exercise with somebody who will encourage you to stick with your workout:
A sample goal might be to:
Reward yourself for achieving your exercise goal.
Choose rewards that are compatible with your goals. Rewarding yourself with food or a day off from the gym is not compatible with a goal of losing weight.
Try new activities, exercise videos, sports, and group exercise classes to find what you
enjoy the most.
The more you enjoy something, the more likely you are to do it. If you hate running, you will probably never be motivated to run for very long.
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FitnessforWeightLoss.com was created by Stephanie Averkamp, a recognized health and fitness professional and sole-author of the content on this website. Stephanie's approach to weight loss emphasizes making small, realistic, and permanent lifestyle changes. Read more...
Our Approach: Short-term solutions (like dieting) are unrealistic and ineffective because at some point they end. As soon as a diet or program ends, so do the results. Permanent weight loss is a journey; it's not a race or competition and there is no finish line. Read more...