Fitness is that pleasure in life that keeps a person confident and smart. We start workout daily to get fit. And always keep in mind that fitness is the Mantra for the happy healthy life for any person in this universe. We need to get ourselves motivated to get fit by following ways:-
Get habit of putting your workouts in calendar:-
Every single week I put my workout in my calendar. So that I can manage my work appointments etc. with my workout timing. If I don’t get my workout in, I’m not going to be the best employee, colleague or husband/wife etc.
For a fit body, firstly we need to set a target for a better result to get fit. Make a time schedule for workout daily and strictly follow that time schedule. Always keep this thing in your mind that I can do anything in this world and get yourself motivated to stay fit with proper workout and exercises.
Surrounded yourself with motivation-
Always keep your surrounding yourself with motivational quotes on walls, office tables, in the bathroom of your home. This helps you to boost up your energy and keep you motivated to get fit at any cost. Nobody can be motivated all the time, but we consistently cultivate a motivated environment for you( people, quotes) so that I know I can even I don’t necessarily feel like it .
Stop eating crap-
When you eat unhealthy, processed and high sugar foods, it doesn’t make your body feel energized. These foods make you tired, lazy, unhealthy, unmotivated, plus your workout not going to help you to reach your target.
Give yourself micro-challenges-
Always enjoy challenging myself but only with little challenges. So if I’m three minutes away from a five-minute mark I’ll push myself to the five minutes. By then I’m only a short distance from a 0.5 or 1K marker so I’ll push myself to that. Then back to the next five-minute marker and so on.
Always work out with people who cheer you on-
Having people standing behind me, yelling and jumping up and down when I’m stuck at the bottom of a heavy squat is the best motivator. Because it hypes me up, but also because it means everybody else in the gym looks over to see what’s going on, and fear of failing with that big of an audience makes me at least 20% stronger. —Christine Byrne.
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