Exercise and I haven’t always been on great terms.
Like many people, I’ve definitely struggled with making exercise a regular part of my life.
But recently, I came across a strategy that has completely changed exercise for me. And I’ve been able to dramatically increase my motivation to exercise.
Exercising used to feel like an uphill battle. But now with this new approach, I’ve been able to consistently workout 4-5 times a week.
Not only that—now I actually look forward to exercise as part of my morning routine. And I never thought I’d say that…
In this video, I share the fundamental mindset shift that has made me 100% more motivated to exercise regularly. You’ll learn:
- Why external motives for exercise like “better health” and “weight loss” don’t work
- How being more selfish and short-sighted can actually help you stick to your regular exercise routine
- The reason the right “why” for exercising can make all the difference for your success
Now I’d love to hear from you. How do you stay motivated to exercise? How well is it working? Let me know in the comments.
Also, if you’re interested in reading the book that changed my mindset on exercise and inspired this post, you can grab a copy here (highly recommended!): No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness.