I need someone to encourage me and push me to keep training
thanks alot...What kind of a music ?
Also remember why you started! That is motivation in it's self Baby steps, and as you get stronger the more you will challenge yourself. Good luck! You can do it!
Something that helps me is having something scheduled at a specific time/place that I've made some sort of investment in (whether that's a financial or an emotional investment, or promising someone you respect that you'll be there, whatever makes sense in your context). I've made a financial investment in going to classes and having a set time and place each week that I go to them really helps me make the effort to get to them. A lot of people find it helps if you schedule the time just for yourself, doesn't have to involve anyone else, just schedule it like any other appointment and promise YOURSELF you'll be there.
Another thing that helps for me is having it be an activity that I actually like to do and can be successful at. I gave up on one of the skimble programs pretty quickly when I first started out because it contained too many things that I couldn't understand (in the instructions) or just couldn't do yet (not strong enough yet). Not being able to be successful was demotivating. Then I found different programs that push me just enough that I'm working hard, but are achievable for my fitness level, and I find myself looking forward to those! My bellyfit class is a lot of fun to do because of the music, the challenge of keeping up with all the moves, and the social aspect - those are all things that keep me wanting to go on with them and to work hard while I'm there. If you're like me, it's easier to go to your training when it is something you have fun doing.
If you're naturally competitive, try a points system and/or tracking your progress and seeing if you can beat your previous best and/or amass more points than friends/followers etc. (Skimble activity points can be good for this, just remember to take into account the different places everyone is at in their journeys, and to compare realistically.)
Being naturally introverted and lazy, for me another thign that helps is trying to hook my exercise time into times of the day when I'm already out and active - goign to class on the way home from work, or taking a walk on my morning break, rather than trying to lever myself out of bed or off the couch in the morning or after I've started to settle down for the evening, esp in winter. If I'm already out and doing stuff, it's not as hard to get myself moving.