What may come as a shock to you (especially if you know me from the active track & field times), for the past few years I had something that I call a “workout motivational crisis”. I was truly sick and tired or constant routine, I didn’t find running or fitness fun anymore. I am not completely sure what happened, not even what changed that I somehow got it back (not in a mayor way, but still). Lately my workout schedule has been filled by either running in nature, fitness sessions in Fitness Club 4P or minor workouts at home few times per week. I felt like my body (and brain) needed this, especially when the busy exam period is approaching. I rounded up a few motivational boost tips, which helped me (and you might find it helpful as well):
Set realistic goals to get fit.
Find yourself a partner/friend with similar goals.
Sign up at a gym (paying for it will make you go there more often).
Start small, do your exercises the right way without any shortcuts.
Don’t compare yourself to others.
Buy some new workout gear or invest in some trendy clothes (I got these in New Yorker and I find them super comfy and chic).
Write a workout journal (at least mark the days you did sports).
Wearing NEW YORKER ATHLETICS collection.
Photo by Domen Blenkuš in Fitnes Klub 4P Ljubljana.