How to Get Yourself to the Gym. Every Day.

Have you ever woken up to the sound of your alarm that says ‘go to the gym’, and groaned? It doesn’t have to be that way. I want to share my tips and strategies into getting to the gym every day, without fail – while enjoying the process.

Some say it takes 28 days to form a habit. I believe that if you decide to enjoy it, you can and that’s the start of an incredible relationship with improving yourself and reaching your goals. Once you understand that committing to the gym will enable you to do this, and once the realization hits, you learn to love the process of ‘going to the gym’. Going to the gym symbolizes seeing improvements in your mental and physical health.

Find out your reason for going to the gym. Work out what your idea RESULT is, once you have your end goal in mind, you can then PLAN how you will reach your goal. You will be passionate about the result you want, and therefore you are going to do all that you can while planning to reach your goal. This includes going to the gym, and for optimum results, this may include going every day. You will find this is easy to do, because passion is involved, and you have discovered your PURPOSE for going to the gym. It is a great idea to write down your goals, and prioritize them. Simplify your goals, so that they do not daunt you. Write down your purpose, and you can look back at this when you come across a day less motivated, and you will be reminded and keep your goal/result in mind. Ask yourself WHY you started going to the gym, what did you want to achieve? Believe in yourself, and your goals – and Stay Strong!

Vow Strength

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