I often get messages from people who are like I wish I was as disciplined as you, or I wish I could workout out everyday, how do you find the motivation….
Start with simple goals and then progress to longer range goals. Remember to make your goals realistic and achievable. It’s easy to get frustrated and give up if your goals are too ambitious.If you start out being like I am going to run a mile tomorrow, youre definetly going to end up disapointed. You need to be realistic about your goals.
Part of that is seeing what you can do now. what is your current fitness level and then build from there.
You wont run 5 miles tomorrow if you have never ran before but thru 4 weeks of run walking I bet you can run 5 miles.
YOU Don’t have to do it all at once! You can work up to it.
Find sports or activities that you enjoy, then vary the routine to keep it interesting. If you’re not enjoying your workouts, try something different. Join a volleyball or softball league. Take a ballroom dancing class. Check out a health club or martial arts center. If you like to work out at home, look online for videos of many types of exercise classes, such as yoga, high-intensity interval training or kickboxing. Or take a walk or jog in a local park. Discover your hidden athletic talent or interests.
You can also slip in physical activity throughout the day. Take the stairs instead of the elevator, or park further away from the store. Walk up and down sidelines while watching the kids play sports. Take a walk during a break at work.
Are you hoping to lose weight? Boost your energy? Sleep better? Manage a chronic condition? Write down your goals. Seeing the benefits of regular exercise and writing your goals down on paper may help you stay motivated.
You may also find that it helps to keep an exercise diary. Record what you did during each exercise session, how long you exercised and how you felt afterward. Recording your efforts and tracking your progress can help you work toward your goals and remind you that you’re making progress.
If you’re too busy to work out or simply don’t feel up to it, take a day or two off. Go easy on yourself if you need a break. The important thing is to get back on track as soon as you can.
Now that you’ve regained your enthusiasm, get moving! Set your goals, make it fun and pat yourself on the back from time to time. Remember, physical activity is for life. Review these tips whenever you feel your motivation slipping.
You deserve a body that you feel good in.
You shouldn’t have to worry about pain or pulling your shoulder out.
Movement can be hard to find because of fear, disinterest and laziness.
I get it, motivation is hard to find most days.
But thats why you hire a personal trainer.
You make a commitment to yourself, most of my clients I see 2 or 3 times a week and for that half hour, or that hour. I am their motivation.
I design workouts to make your body feel good.
It’s not about pushing and doing the hardest workout.
It’s about connecting and moving with your body.
And you can do this at home with no equipment, just a screen and me.
Look I get it, there are a lot of BAD personal trainers out there.
I am not a newbie or someone despreate for clients. I genuinely want to help YOU feel good.
But if your not ready to start, keep scrolling.
If you are ready but you don’t know how to start, lets try one session.
Even if you have had bad experiences with trainers before, I want you to know I am different.
I am like a brainy carebear.
I pride myself in providing valuable and knowledgeable fitness information.
I want you to FEEL good in your body, not chase fad diets.
This isn’t quick results.
This is manifesting lifelong changes that promote your HEALTH, and make you LIVE LONGER.
It’s literally proved with science. Movement is health.
Health is complicated and it looks different on everyone.
I am not a NO PAIN NO GAIN trainer. Actually if a movement hurts you, we aren’t going to do that movement.
I want to show you how to move in your current range of motion in a safe way.
That doesn’t mean I am not going to push you. Make you stronger and push your limits.
We can crush all your goals this year.
Every body is different. Yours is so unique, you don’t need some cookie cutter workout copy and pasted off the internet.
You need a workout designed for how YOU move.
This is where I come in.
I am going to create exercises for your to sleep better, feel better and have more energy.
Whether your fear is from past injury, a bad gym experience or just fear.
Don’t worry the care bear is here.
I can help.
If I don’t know something I find out, I have read hundreds of published scientific journal articles in Physical therapy and movement to make sure I have the best most up to date information for my clients.
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