5 Workout Motivation Tips:
COMMIT TO YOUR JOURNEY:
Commit to starting and sticking with it! Starting with something that feels “do able” will encourage you to keep it up. For example, try a goal like 30 mins of cardio 3x a week.
PLAN A ROUTINE:
Plan your routine ahead of time, because sometimes the hardest part of the workout is knowing where to start! For
example, during a typical week, my workout routine looks something like this:
- Monday: 30 min Peloton Ride followed by a 20 min Yoga cooldown
- Tuesday: 10 min Yoga then 30 min strength class followed by a 20 min walk
- Wednesday: 30 min Boxing and 30 minute HIIT cardio
- Thursday: 30 min core strength and 30 minute HIIT walk and run
- Friday: 30 min strength training, then 30 minute HIIT cardio
Try to Limit Obstacles:
Having your workout gear ready to go helps you to have one less obstacle keeping you from your goals. If you workout in the morning, lay your clothes out the night before or keep your workout essentials in your car! Working out at home work? Invest in the right at home essentials so you’re ready to grab and go!
keep workouts interesting:
Fitness classes are a great way to switch up your routine and learn new exercises. I love to take 2-3 different Classpass classes each week. Classpass is great because it allows you to try something new and keep your workouts interesting (without spending lots of money). Not only will it help your overall fitness goals but it gives your body better results when you are finding new ways to challenge yourself.
DON’T TRY TO DO IT ALONE:
Of course it’s possible to reach your health goals by yourself but it’s so much easier with others. If you’re interested in improving your overall physical and mental health then my group coaching program may be right for you! You can learn more by signing up for my wellness newsletter HERE !