How to Get Motivated

How to Get Motivated

How to Get Motivated

Working out is tough and getting motivated to get in the gym or work out can be even tougher.  Personal trainers can be your motivation.

Make goals – thinking about getting in shape is dreaming, when you write it down, it becomes a goal.

Choose workouts that are fun and keep your interest – if you like the workouts, you will be more inclined to keep at it.

Tell people about your goals – if you tell people you’re getting shape or write it down, you’ve essentially made a promise to keep your word.

Track your progress – before and after photos are a good idea.  Or just write down in a pad or track it on your phone.

Reward yourself – cheats meals or new clothes, something to let yourself know that you are doing well.

Break up your goal – don’t try to lose 20 or 50 pounds right away.  Shoot for 5, then 10, then 20.

Don’t do it alone – join a fitness class, or find a trainer or workout buddy who you can share the experience with. Other people’s encouragement to keep going can be a big boost to your motivation, particularly when you’re doing tough workouts.

Scott’s personal training classes are both intense and fun! Scott is a friendly trainer, whose jokes make the class even more enjoyable. I have been going for about a month, and initially I was very nervous, but I can already feel myself getting stronger, and I’m always pumped for class to start! Every day is different, and I always feel pushed- but not to a point of discomfort. I love that we spend part of the class outside, it’s never boring. I would definitely recommend the class for people of all fitness levels.

When I first entered Scott’s gym I was a little apprehensive about what I was going to find and what exactly the exercise I going to be performing. I met Scott and he gave me the pep talk, “There are two rules, safety first, and never get discouraged.” With those words I began my first class, and here is the truth Scott never lets you take the easy way out he is constantly pushing you to be better. While doing the 45 – 60 minutes of cardio/strength training I am usually only hearing breathing and some curses being muttered. That being said after the class is done I feel tired but great and that makes it all worth it. Scott himself is a very knowledgable trainer who constantly changes up his workouts so things don’t get stale and your body continually is being tested. I would recommend this class to anyone even veterans of the boot camp class.

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