Mental barriers interfere with your exercises, so before engaging in a routine workout, get rid of your excuses. Even if you think that you have a lack of time, strength, energy, there is a solution to each problem. What do you say to yourself more often?
1.Training is boring and troublesome
If sweating in the gym doesn’t attract you, then find an alternative. It should bring you joy. For instance, dancing, tennis, aerobics, accompanied by your favorite music or cycling with friends may be an option.
2.A lack of time
This is not an excuse, you do have time, but you don’t have a desire. You just should focus on sport and make it the part of your daily life. Even short bursts of activity (approximately 10-20 minutes) will be effective. Or you can hit the gym on weekends and have standard sessions.
3.I am exhausted
It’s a myth that you can be too tired to do exercises. In fact, sport boosts up energy and reduces fatigue. If you work out regularly, you feel more refreshed and energized.
4.My health is bad, I am too old for it.
You can’t be too old or too sick to exercise. You can build up your physical strength and endurance at any age and certain exercises improve your health. A mindful approach to training will help you to become healthier and will reduce stress.
Just watch the rhythm of your breathing, feel how flexible your muscles are and how your heart reacts. The sport will energize you and enhance the oxygen exchange, which is good for all body systems.