oing through Pinterest to find some motivational pictures can help you to get in the right frame of mind. Or even googling images with "fitness motivation." Sometimes about 5 minutes of looking at pictures of people crossing finish lines or doing push ups can make you say "I wanna be her!" Then you can go out yourself and make it happen. Click here for some great motivation sayings
reved up about working out and pushing myself further, motivated to be bad-ass. I remember that I'm making decisions, not rules. I'm in control. Not the food, not my job. I make the decisions. And when I'm making those choices - I'm choosing health each time. even if that means resting. I'm conscience that this journey is not just about weight loss. It's about being healthy - for the rest of my life.Get Mean. Make a Decision. Choose Health! It sounds corny, cheesy, or contrived. But it works. I get pumped up... angry with media and they're skewed vision of pretty,
I just get started. Some of my best workouts have been the ones I didn't want to do. Sounds crazy doesn't it? The workouts where I I'm tired, sluggish, I keep telling myself that I don't want to. But somehow, someway I just start.... that's it... just start doing it. And then a change happens. I find that energy starts flowing, I keep pushing myself to keep going even though 5 minutes ago I wanted to quit. And then by the end of it I'm all smiles and feel like I can breathe fire! I remind myself of those workouts on the days I don't want to, and it helps me to just get started.
In all motivation is key to fitness success. Think about the Olympians training, the football players minutes before the game, the tennis players before the go out on court. Imagine what's in their brains. Listen to their chants before they hit the field. Watch the focus and determination in their eyes.
If they can do it, I can do it.
What's your motivation? How do you keep motivated?