How To Get Motivated To Exercise

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How to get motivated with an exercise partner

Having an exercise buddy can make it easier to stick to your exercise routine. A partner may be just what you need to stay motivated, have fun, and reach your fitness goals. Below are some points to consider for selecting the right exercise buddy so you can work together effectively.

Selecting Your Exercise Partner:

  • Choose a partner who lives close by. It’s easier to stick to a regular routine if you don’t have far to travel. Be realistic about how much time and expense you’re willing to devote to commuting and pick a buddy within that range.
  • Find a partner among your family and friends. You may need to look no further than your own family and friends to find a partner. The advantages are that you’re already familiar with each other and enjoy each other’s company.
  • Find a buddy among your family and friends. You may need to look no further than your own family and friends to find a partner. The advantages are that you’re already familiar with each other and enjoy each other’s company.
  • Stay safe searching for a partner online. There’s nothing wrong with finding your ideal partner online, just protect your own safety. Meet strangers in a public place and safeguard any confidential information.

Working Out With Your Exercise Buddy:

  1. Agree to a regular schedule. Sit down with your exercise buddy to arrange a schedule that you both can live with. It’s more effective to start out gradually and add on more sessions together if you feel up to it.
  2. Take turns coordinating your activities. One nice thing about working out with another person is that you can share the responsibility for planning your exercise sessions. Take turns proposing new activities. Host each other in your own homes or visit different parks and yoga studios in your neighborhood.
  3. Encourage and reward each other. The two of you can support each other to stay on track. Make sure you praise each other for your efforts! You could even surprise your friend with small treats like going out for low-fat frozen yogurt smoothies.
  4. Monitor your progress. It’s easier get into a rut if no one else knows about it. Keep your goals in mind and track your progress according to your own targets. You might want to weigh yourselves periodically to see how many pounds you’ve lost or keep journals showing how quickly your running speed and distances improve.
  5. Keep alert when exercising outdoors after dark. Many women may feel safer having someone along when they run outside after dark. It’s a good measure of extra protection but avoid becoming complacent. Stay vigilant about your surroundings at all times so you can watch out for each other.
  6. Engage in other activities together. You might want to get together with your exercise buddy for other activities. It can help you understand each other better, that way you’ll know how to support each other anytime your energy levels start to wane. It can also help protect you from getting bored with the same old routines.
  7. Make backup plans for when your partner is unavailable. No matter how committed you are, family obligations and injuries will sometimes intervene. You can stick to your program if you have a contingency plan for those times when you’re on your own. Try out an exercise video by yourself and you can share it the next time you get together.

An exercise buddy is a powerful strategy for making your workouts fun and productive. Keep each other motivated and you’ll both get to enjoy some awesome results.

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2 Responses to How To Get Motivated To Exercise

  • Swift Minds says:

    also: search online for exercise groups, such as cyclists, that meet up regularly in order to meet new people and practise similar activities.

  • If there’s one thing I need to do more of it’s exercise. I do appreciate the tips.

    That said, it seems that all of my family and friends who live near me don’t like exercising. My workout partner is my pit bull. We jog together, and he doubles as a security guard, so it all works out well ;-).

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