Six Tips to Keep Up Your Exercise Motivation

Written by Heather Moreno, PeopleFit USA

The next time you start to slide with your exercise program, stop! On again off again exercise will never get yourepparttar results you want. Instead, use these six tips to stay on track and achieve and achieve your desired fitness goals:

1.Donít beat yourself up if you miss a workout. Life is full of challenges and unexpected obstacles. Setbacks happen. Donít let a couple of missed workouts turn into two months of inactivity.

2.Take a break. A plateau, burnout or lack of motivation might be your body asking for a break. Take an occasional break from your regular exercise routine for a few days or so, keeping active with some low intensity activities like walking or riding a beach cruiser.

3.Write it down. Does it ever seem like youíre not getting anywhere? Monitor your program to adjust your regime as necessary. Writing it down also lets you measurerepparttar 130769 improvements youíve made over time, which is good to review during times of waning motivation.

Alternatively Endo

Written by Tammy Majchrzak

Yoga and Endo:

Yoga brings great benefits to anyone wishing to practice. It can be especially beneficial for those who, like me, have Endometriosis. I have found through regular practice that Yoga helps to bring clarity of mind, focus and stability. It is through this stability and grounding that we begin to look at our body and this this disease in a new light. Postures that work on energising, waking, twisting and turning internal organs, releasing toxins, workingrepparttar nerves, muscles, every part of every part of you begins a workout and greatly benefits. The beauty of Yoga is that it starts working fromrepparttar 130768 moment you practice. Benefits are felt almost immediately.

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