MOtivated New Year’s Fitness Goals

by glenn on January 2, 2018

5 Ways to Stay Fitness Motivated Past January

If you’re like most people, your New Year’s resolution involves fitness. You’re probably pumped and telling yourself that this is the year you finally stick to your personal goals. Here are a few tips to help you keep that motivation in 2018.

  1. Get a fitness tracker.

Tracking calories, steps, and heart rate, a fitness tracker will keep you moving throughout the whole day. There’s just something about seeing those numbers on your phone that makes you want to get up and move. Setting realistic daily goals and tracking them, is a great step in the right direction.

  1. Get a personal trainer.

Personal trainers are all about motivation. Not only are you paying for their services, and no one likes paying for something they aren’t using, but these are trained professionals whose purpose in life is to see you win. With a personal training regimen, you will have exercises tailored to your skill level in order to achieve maximum results.

  1. Get a blender.

Fresh smoothies and juices are great for healthy meals. They may look pretty weird, but they taste amazing. Blending bananas, strawberries, spinach, quinoa, and pretty much any other fruit or vegetable you can think of will give your body a jolt of natural energy. Not only will your body thank you, but your brain will also. When you eat right, it’s easier to think and concentrate.

  1. Get some rest

Listen to your body. It’s okay to have days where you don’t workout. Your body needs time to recuperate, especially if you haven’t worked out in a while. You also need to ensure you’re sleeping enough at night.

  1. Stay Positive

You might not see results straight away. Don’t let your need for instant gratification kill your motivation. If you’re doing the work, you will see results. If you’re sticking with your trainer’s plan, eating right, and getting enough sleep, your body is already getting healthier. You might not be able to see it on the outside yet, but you are making a difference. Those outside results will come. Sometimes you just have to be a little more patient.

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