Doing a few simple but meaningful motivational steps can help you to form healthy movement and exercise habits.
Incorporate these movement and exercise steps into your life to lose or stabilize your weight, enhance your mood, and reap many other wellness benefits.
* Get educated on fitness. Talk to your doctor about the side effects of not exercising. Learn what illnesses can occur and the things you can't do that a fit person accomplishes easily. Knowing what issues can occur from of lack of exercise can be a great motivating tool.
* Seek your loved one’s support. There is nothing better than a supportive partner in a fitness goal. They will do everything needed to motivate and encourage you to keep up with your desire of getting healthier. Well, not all partners are like that- don't wait for them to come around- find a friend, group or coach.
* #TBT. Chances are you may have been more physically healthy back in the day. Think of the things you were doing in those times that you can't do today. Or visit an old school friend who you haven't seen in a while. They will tell you the difference they notice in you. All of these things will keep egging you on to do something about your fitness goals.
* Focus on the result. You will feel more attractive and look years younger if you stick to your goals. More importantly, you will be healthier. You will be able to do things that you cannot do now. Life itself will have a new meaning for you.
* Create a progress chart…and use it. Pin it up where you can see it every day. On this chart, write your health program, your goals, and update it at the end of every week with your progress. When you see your health steadily improving on paper, you will feel encouraged to go on till your goals is reached and you feel the best you have in years. If its a physique goal take weekly pictures and measurements if its a health goal take daily notes on how you feel what makes it worse and what makes it better..