3 Fitness Motivation Tips for Forming your Fitness Habit

Do you ever find yourself doing great with exercise, only for a couple of months later, to feel really de-motivated?

The biggest struggle our clients face when they first start with us, is to get to that consistent place, where coming in to train with us 2 or 3 times per week, just feels part of their day.

So I’m here to help you! I’m here to get you to that motivated place, where it just becomes habit, and here’s how:

Workout to #feelgood!

When you workout to lose weight, you’re immediately associating exercise with something negative. Never workout to lose weight! It’s not a big enough reason, and won’t keep you motivated for long.

Workout for your mental health. Workout to feelgood, to have more energy, to sleep better, to reduce stress, to feel more capable, and the weight loss will follow! It’ll all click into place for you, if you focus on all the good things happening to you. I guarantee you, if you listen to me on this one, you’ll be so successful. ❤️

Be held accountable…that’s OK!

If you can’t do it yourself, that’s OK! So many of our clients when they start with us, almost feel bad that they’re not motivated to get out of bed in the morning, and go for a run. But that’s OK and perfectly normal 🙂 Very few of us are!

It’s OK to be held accountable in one or two areas of your life. You can’t manage everything perfectly, so why not let someone look after your health for you, and help you schedule in workouts, and let them coach you? It can be loads of fun, and it takes the pressure off. Your health becomes one less thing to worry about 🙂 ❤️

Do the Miracle Morning

At Inspire Fitness, we’re big into working on mindset. When you’re calm, focused and organised, you can achieve anything you want to.  Setting aside a little time in the morning, to plan out your day, can have a big positive impact on your life.  The miracle morning focuses on meditating, journaling, planning, and it only takes 20 minutes a day, if you do the short version. This is the book , I couldn’t recommend it enough: (he Miracle Morning, by Jeff Olsen)

With all this in mind, if you find something you love doing, if you get routined, and focus on all the positive exercise brings, you’ll be successful. You’ll get fit, and lose weight, and feel amazing. As we get older, walking is not enough! You’ve got to do more. But the great news is, that resistance training and interval training gives you a huge surge of feelgood hormones, which means it’s win, win… Good luck 🙂 ❤️

Committed to your success, Jessica Cooke, The Feelgood coach

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