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Getting motivated to start a new training program

motivation to start a new training program

The hardest part of beginning a new exercise regimen is in finding the effort and motivation to commit to something new. So what are the best ways to make a change and start leading a healthier lifestyle?

Once you have identified your reason for wanting to exercise you can now start to set goals. It has been shown that by having a goal to work towards your motivation stays higher. 
If your main goal is to lose body fat then set a goal to lose a kilo  at a time. Or instead of counting kilos its better to lose body fat %   set a goal of walking 15 minutes a day for five days over the next two weeks or whatever is your appropriate starting point. Once your first goal has been reached you want to increase the time to 25 or 30 minutes and then add in some strength training. If you start with small reachable goals you can then build on your success and get progressively more ambitious but not too quickly. You need to understand that starting a new exercise routine will take time to adjust to. One of the worst mistakes people make is to do too much too quickly end up sore, fatigued, often injured and lose all motivation. 

The best way is to start slowly and allow your body to become accustomed to your new routine. This might include getting up a little earlier or making the effort to go out for a walk during your lunch hour. If walking during lunch is your goal then see if a couple of co-workers want to start walking with you too. Walking in a group can really help to keep you motivated and it never hurts to have a friendly challenge going on. 

Keeping motivated is more than just forcing your body to go out for a walk or run. You need to change your mindset and your outlook and develop a holistic approach which includes resistance training, mobility and stretching and nutritional improvement.

As you begin to exercise make a note of any small changes that you notice. This can include things like sleeping better, having more energy and just feeling healthier. These small changes can happen quite quickly and can be used as a great motivator, once again build on your successes. If you feel better in just a couple of weeks imagine how you will feel in two months from now? But don't constantly look for improvements know that somethings wont be obvious but will be changing on a deep cellular level and its normal to have times when you have fast improvements and times when you will appear to plateau, just don't give up in those plateau times.

If your goal is to get fit for health reasons then take the time to do some research on the benefits of exercise. Really understanding the benefits  and educating yourself and to the how, why and when will change your perception and  will help solidify these points and allow you to know that the benefits will really help you achieve your goals. 

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