Finding Your Motivation to Workout

Finding Your Motivation to Workout

            Finding your motivation to workout can come from anything. Whether it’s a lady wanting to look good for a wedding dress or to simply look good for an upcoming cruise. There are no boundaries when it comes to finding your motivation to workout. Whatever your motivation might be take it and go hard!

            The biggest issue or excuse that people have with working out is time management. A lot of people have 9 to 5 jobs and a family. For example, a mom has to work from 9 to 5 then be home on time for her kids when they get off the school bus. After that she has to cook, feed the kids, and get them ready for bed. By then it could possibly be 8:00 p.m. leaving her with little or no time to workout. If this is your situation I would like to give you some helpful tips. First of all I would try to focus on only working out 2 to 3 days a week starting off. Setting a high number of days to workout out may not be attainable in the beginning. Also, every workout does not have to be an hour long. 30 minutes is more than enough time if you go into the gym with the mind set of working hard. That means not watching tv, talking on the cell phone, and talking with gym members. Remember this is your only time of the day to workout and this time is important for you to achieve your goals and live a healthier life. I’ve noticed when I go to the gym a lot of people workout on their lunch break for 30 minutes. This gives you 30 minutes to workout and 30 minutes to shower and get ready for work. Another option is to find a close friend or family member to watch your child once a week. This will allow you to complete your second workout of the week. A third workout can be taking your children to the park on a Saturday and playing with them. I hope these tips help you on your road to a healthier lifestyle.

            Moving along, to my people who say they don’t workout because they don’t have the energy and their body feels broken down. The reason your body feels broken down and low on energy is probably because you are not working out. Often I hear people speak of how they have more energy since they’ve started working out. If your body is custom to not being active, then it’s a good chance you well feel totally out of shape when participating in physical activity. Working out may be hard in the being, but once you get in shape the workouts will become enjoyable.

            I hope you enjoyed reading my shorten blog. No matter what your situation is don’t think you aren’t capable of being a fit being. Mind over matter!  YouTube Video ((Check out my workout!))


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