Get Your Mind on Board
Before you start any new workout routine, ask yourself why you took a hiatus in the first place. Maybe you were recovering from an injury or sickness. Late nights in the office and family or social obligations can also sidetrack you. Here’s where to start.
2. Find Meaning
Aside from having stronger arms and dropping pant sizes, exercise has other amazing benefits. You feel more energized, have better body confidence and have improved your overall health. Ask yourself: Why do I work out?
When you envision a goal, it becomes your reality, according to science. Identify your obstacles and come up with strategies on how to overcome them. This resource shows you how.
The human body is a pretty awe-inspiring machine. So don’t limit your exercise expectations to just the stuff you can and can’t see (ahem, abs). Here are 19 reasons to think outside the bod.
Chances are, you’re harder on yourself than anyone else in your life. But it’s time to reframe those negative thoughts. If you slipped up and had a donut for breakfast, don’t think, “I’m a failure.” Acknowledge that while you may have gone off course today, you will do better tomorrow.
As great as it is to find inspiration and support on Facebook and Instagram, seeing photos and status updates can trigger unhealthy thoughts or comparisons. Here are other sneaky habits that may sabotage your mental health.
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