Ways To Make Exercise A Regular Habit
Helpful tips to get your mind and body stick to the gym.
Consistency is the key to fitness, and usually, this is what drags us back from our dream body. Not staying consistent with a workout routine is why many of us could not stay fit the way we want to. Right after a new year start, we make a new resolution to stick to the gym; however, after few months, we get tangled between family commitments, work obligations and balance between daily routine. Making exercise a daily habit would definitely make us feel like we're doing anything different than the daily routine; it becomes an almost automatic urge to work out every day. There is a way to do it; we'll make it easier for you.
Get Started With Your Road To Consistency
It's psychologically proven how it takes thirty days to make something your habit. When it comes to exercise, make it a thirty days challenge, and you'll surely stay on track for a long time without getting demotivated to work out every day.
The Right Time To Exercise Will Give You An Urge To Work Out
When you exercise at different times every day, it's doesn't help with sticking to it. You would notice eating at a specific time every day becomes a habit, and you crave for lunch, dinner or breakfast at a particular time. It's the same thing with exercise; when a specific time has been decided to work out, your body will support it, and the day would feel incomplete without exercise.
Start With Small Steps And Progress Later
This is something that will help you the most. Starting with a lot of ambition, energy and enthusiasm doesn't mean you make your body go through a vigorous workout at starting. This will lead to burnout, which means the body tends to quit sooner since the body wouldn't like to take that kind of stress. It's always great to start from the bottom. Once it becomes a daily habit to exercise, eventually increase the intensity of your workout. Consistency is again the key, don't skip and keep the workout growing gradually.