Stay Motivated to Lose Weight – Canton, Stoughton
21 March 2014
Fitness is about being healthy and not about great abs and big muscles. Health and well-being is about eating right and exercising. But it is also about making the right choices and the right decisions. It is easy to decide you want to exercise. But it is just as easy to lose your motivation or your interest; especially if you have not made attainable, or realistic fitness goals or if your goals are too general.
Too often, when people want to lose weight, get in-shape and become physically fit, they think they need to start running. Those who like and enjoy running can do this; to others it is too much work and too challenging, perhaps too boring. You don’t need to become a runner to get in-shape. If you don’t know how to start, join a gym and get the support you need.
Running can have a lot of impact on one’s body especially knees, and lower back. It is not an exercise for everyone. Cardio equipment and group exercise classes can be used to save on the wear and tear on your body, giving you full-body results with the least amount of impact on your joints.
Oftentimes, when people attempt to work out on their own without a gym or equipment, they can get bored, and their workouts suffer or stop altogether. The secret is in changing your workout, keep doing different things.
Getting started on a workout regimen is hard enough; too many people struggle to stay motivated. To begin exercising is a decision for most people, but the easiest decision is to stay home and skip it. It comes down to making a choice. Deciding to work out can be the hard choice, but it will pay off.
Most people want to start exercising and lose weight because of how they look, but it should also be a matter of how you feel. Once you begin to workout, you will feel it in your attitude, feel it in your bones, feel it in your muscles and feel it in your energy level.
When you are losing your motivation to workout, look for new challenges and new ways to get results; personal training can help. Also, think about the progress you have made or the goals you want to achieve.
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