Consistency is Key!

I have worked out for 27 days out of the past 32 days! It was not as easy as I thought it would be. Lack of motivation, food, and laziness pushed me to the verge of quitting or skipping a day.

I found that once I was able to push past these setbacks, it was smooth sailing from there!

Consistency is critical in every workout regimen. Keep pushing! And never quit! Honestly, there is no reason why anyone doesn’t have time to care for themselves. Being active is a part of living a healthy lifestyle.

Make yourself proud. Run, read, workout, study!

Also, I would like to apologize for not blogging daily. I too am faced with consistent obstacles that must be overcome. I will continue to do my best to post daily. I love this blog. I also love those that read it.ย ๐Ÿ’•

 

 

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Lack of Motivation? ๐ŸŠ

Yeah, me too…

I found myself without motivation a lot in the past. But, not lately!

I worked out 16 days out of the past 19! I now run a mile (for about 12-14 minutes), do 110 situps, and 4 sets of 10 pushups!

It may not seem like much to you, but I am very proud of myself. I was living a very sedentary style and ate whatever I wanted. Now I watch what I eat and drink, and am active!

I won’t stop any time soon! I hope you too, will join me in my quest! Living a healthier lifestyle.

Back to the lack of motivation point…

Do you find yourself starting a healthy workout regimen and then stopping after a couple days? I have some tips to help you out!

  1. Utilize a whiteboard – Write down your workout regimen or goal. And tally up how many days you have completed! This has motivated me. I strive to achieve my exercise routine daily to rack up my tallies! My goal is to cover my whole whiteboard!
  2. Change sleeping schedule – Do you sleep late and wake up around noon? That used to be my problem. I slept whenever I was done watching videos or playing video games. Change your sleeping schedule by sleeping earlier! Heck, even try to become a morning person! (I am still working on that, I wake up around 9:30 a.m.)
  3. Drink plenty of water – Cut the soda and sugary drinks. I think it helped me out!
  4. Get a workout buddy! – Maybe you need a workout buddy? It can be a family member, friend, or even an animal! (I prefer dogs, I love dogs)

Try these tips! And let me know if they helped! If you have any helpful suggestions or motivation to share with others, don’t hesitate to comment! ๐Ÿ’š