Has this ever happened to you before?
You’re planning to workout after work … but when the time comes, you start to think:
😴 You’re too tired
🥶 The weather is too cold
🍔 You’re hungry
⌛️ You have too much to do
😰 You’re stressed
🤷♂️ You’re not sure what workout to do
📺 You really just want to watch something on Netflix
And you’re tempted to give in and scrap your workout.
I get it!
By the end of the day, a workout can seem like a LOT of effort in your head.
BUT, before you let any of those excuses derail you, try this instead:
Finding the motivation to exercise when you're not in the mood is tough. Especially, when the darker mornings and nights start creeping in. But, it's the difference between being a couch potato and being in good shape.
The people who motivate themselves to get their workouts done, are the ones who get results.
However, getting off the couch when you're feeling lethargic can be very hard, so here's some techniques you can use to give yourself a friendly nudge, and get you off to the gym.
Now that the kids are back to school are you back into a healthy eating and exercise routine yet?
If you’re not, don’t worry!
It can take children a couple of weeks to get used to the classroom environment and school hours again, and it can take parents the same amount of time to change their mindset and get back into their workout routines that went astray during the summer and over lockdown.
There’s still plenty of time to get back on track, improve your fitness and feel great by the end of September!
Here’s my top tips on how to put the summer indulgence behind you and get back to eating and living healthily: