I generally group-train parents in the park after they've dropped their kids at school, but also work in a residential care home, and have some 1-1 clients with weight loss and muscle gain goals. I want to know if there's anything I'm not covering in terms of 'questions people are too afraid/nervous to ask'... hit me!
Watchkeys · 27/04/2023 15:35
We are genetically programmed to sit on our bums watching Netflix, eating Pringles. Motivation isn't coming, so don't wait for it. Accept that this is something you have to do, get it into your schedule with as little disruption as possible, and make it manageable. Then, do it, whether you feel like it or not. It's unlikely you'll feel like it at the start, because you've not experienced the benefits, but it will get easier when a) you feel more confident and b) you've felt the after-exercise benefits.
'Getting motivated' actually adds work to the process. Use the energy for starting, not trying to get yourself into the mindset to start.
Do you know what fitness regime you want to get into?
Hubblebubble · 27/04/2023 16:22
My stomach I think. I put on weight in pregnancy and am still one stone over a healthy bmi.
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