How to Stay Motivated to Exercise?
Give special gift for achieving your goal. The gift can be a massage or recommendation or certifying words of the hard work done.
Partner with a friend, co-worker or loved one – someone who will support you, because exercise can be done alone but that could be boring and monotonous, instead of doing this you can work out with your friend and enjoy the session.
Subscribe to a fitness magazine or online fitness newsletter, they can guide you how to efficiently work hard and better ways to keep one happy.
Create a competition with co-workers or friends. For example, the team whose members exercise for 30 minutes, three times each week for three months wins a prize. You decide what the prize is.Change into your workout clothes. Sometimes, it’s just a matter of getting dressed that causes the biggest barrier.Erase the concept that if you can’t do at least 30 minutes you’re wasting your time. Exercise burns calories, increases energy, and improves your health – even in small doses. Try a new sport or class. Adding variety, group support and competition can increase your likelihood of exercising.Sign up for a race and send in the entry fee. Whatever your activity – running, biking, walking, swimming – there are hundreds of races offered all over the world. Pick a place you’ve always wanted to visit.
Join a gym. For some, paying for a membership increases the likelihood of compliance. It also eliminates the bad-weather excuse
Make sure you have the right gear, which can make all the difference in the comfort level of your workout. A good pair of shoes is essential. And weather resistant clothing or a membership to an indoor gym can help you fight off your own excuses when weather conditions are less than idea.