Jan 23, 2014 10:06am
Sometimes I'm asked "what's your motivation? How do you do it? What should I do?"
work/play harder and eat better.
I say play because it should not be something you hate or something you need to convince yourself to do. Sure maybe sometimes but more often than not, you should enjoy it. If you feel resentment, embarrased, or upset going into the gym or haven't gone in 3 weeks it's time to break up. But that doesn't mean give up! One good idea for beginners is to spend 80-90% of the time doing something you actually enjoy doing, go for a jog outside with the dog, swim, lift, Pilates, home workout videos or my personal favourite dance in your room like an idiot for an hour. Butt MOVE. Check your goals and ask yourself WHY those goals. And then use that other 10-20% to try something new and/or difficult but that will help you achieve that specific goal.
For me, I love to lift/muscle train, but I know that if I want to see those abs come out, I need to do some cardio as well so I incorporate 15-20 minutes into my workout. The best part about it is it doesn't even have to be running or sprinting, mines come to be mountain climbers and low weight barbell complexs.
Moreover, so many people have a right way or best way and that's just not the reality. Everybody is different, and every body is different. We all have different goals! #lovelove. If you have any questions feel free to personally message me - especially you ladies out there. While I'm by no means an expert, I've come a long way and will help out as best I can.