Don’t put away your gear in some corner of your closet because when things are out of sight they are out of mind! Do you agree? To have a exercise on the brain, you must have your gears like sneakers and workout clothes in plain sight. Place your dumbbells, balance ball, a yoga mat, and a jump rope purposely throughout the house to receive visual cues. Trust me it is a wake-up call to your brain.
Spend some money on sport bras, cute tops, shorts and tights. When you feel good, you are enthusiastic about everything in life. Having the right clothing makes you comfortable and also it reinforces your identity as a person who works out . And when exercising is an integral part of your identity, it isn’t optional anymore. It becomes an essence of your life. More to that, you’ve got to wear those adorable new workout clothes somewhere.
Showing off specially in online social network might not be good in all cases but when it comes to exercise its for good. Post a workout update on Facebook and Instagram and trust me it offer an extra layer of social support. Use a social platform like Facebook as fitness tool to show your progress you get achieve by working out every day. Let your friends know that you usually exercise and bag all those compliments which keeps you motivated !
Any thing you do deserves a reward or punishment depending how you perform. If you stay committed to your goals and you achieve what you aimed to achieve in that week or month, buy yourself a healthy meal or new fitness gear. If otherwise, donate some bucks for a good cause or buy meal to your friends and lose some bucks as punishment. This might make you feel suddenly, working out is mandatory and you will stay committed to get good result. After all we all love rewards,right?
Environment and people around you influence you in some ways. So be friend with one who loves working out. This not only boost your social health by making you feel better when you spend time with gym buddies but also it is more likely that you are want to exercise because you have fun time with friend.
Organize an exercise contest among your workout buddies. The contest can be for anything: most steps walked, most hours logged at the gym, highest percentage of body weight lost. To keep your circle engaged, constraint the competition to six-week rounds and have weekly check-ins, when people who score lower must put money in the jar. Competitions helps to convert a solitary pursuit into a fun group one. By trying to beat each other, while you compete you are actually helping each other along