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Bodybuilding and Fitness Newsletter 7/18/2018

How to Keep Motivated at the Gym

Everyone trains differently and for different reasons. Whatever motivated you to join the gym needs to be at your beck and command whenever you need it. You need to be able to tune into that feeling to stay motivated. The first 60 days are tough but actually, it's after 60 days that a habit starts to form.

When you had a bad day and everything went wrong, the last thing you want to do is punish yourself farther, and excuses are easy. But motivation is the single most important ingredient for any objective. We need to find a way to commit. Muscles are built from routine; a training partner is a great help when keeping yourself motivated when going through a bad patch.

The commitment then becomes real because it is not just to yourself and your whims. You made an appointment to meet your training partner on the gym floor at a specific time.

Like any successful person, you have to have a plan for the day. Knowing what you're going to eat and what you are going to do are all part of time management or life management. We all need to keep motivated and there are other options one can use besides a training partner.

If your objective is muscle gain, then you'll know that you need to mix it up every 6 weeks. If you feel your motivation waning, then change to dumbbells or change your work-out completely. The fact that you are getting yourself to the gym in the first place is only just the start should keep you motivated.

Lifting is a very personal matter where the trainee looks to challenge him/herself each time. It could only be a pound but doing a rep better or a pound better than you did last time is progressive resistance. The motivation to create a habit needs to be specific, training once a week when you feel like it won't work.

If you don't like the movements you're doing then change them, but there is a point where you could be overtraining. There is nothing wrong working out twice a week for two weeks. Never quit, but change it up as soon as you start to feeling your motivation slipping. If health, muscle and longevity were simple everyone would have it.

You need to be a little narcissistic, where you are not only thinking positive thoughts about yourself but when you look at yourself in the mirror you see a difference because you're pumped. Selecting music that you feel gets you moving, is another option.

If you find your motivation slipping then think of changing to swimming, rowing or any other cardio for 20 minutes before a workout. The choices are endless, as long as you don't quit.

Always remember the reason you decided you need get to the gym in the first place and keep your goals firmly in your mind.

Note: The best book I have ever read on motivational techniques, is Dianetics by L. Ron Hubbard - I highly recommend it!

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