How to maintain motivation

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Starting a fitness journey can sometimes feel overwhelming, but it's important to remember that it should be an enjoyable part of your life, not a punishment. Finding the right balance and incorporating physical activity into your daily routine can significantly boost your motivation and overall well-being.

Make a plan that fits your daily routine, it will help to regain self-motivation. If you don't like early starts, work out in the evenings. Are you feeling awkward in the gym? Exercise at home! When you are feeling too tired, or you are sick, skip training this day and do it tomorrow or change active cardio workouts to slow stretching.

Find a sport that you really enjoy or even a few. Consider how you prefer to train: alone or on the team. Boxing, dancing, swimming, tennis, yoga… All of them can burn extra calories. Concentrate on your feelings and depend on them; take your pick.

Stop comparing yourself. Some people lose weight faster, while others take longer. People with approximately the same shape can lose weight in completely different ways since they have different layers of fat in their bodies and individual characteristics of the organism. Keep calm and lose weight at your own pace.

Set goals and celebrate your own successes. You have to be proud when you stay two weeks without sugar and sweets and lose 2-3 kilos or 1-2 centimetres. Reward yourself, for example, with a new dress or a pair of jeans. But avoid food prizes like a cheat meal day with burgers, chips, French fries, and alcohol because you should follow a healthy eating pattern.

Remember, the key to a successful fitness journey is to find what works best for you and to enjoy the process. Celebrate each milestone, no matter how small, and stay focused on your goals. By making
physical activity a positive and rewarding part of your life, you’ll not only achieve your fitness goals but also develop a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. Keep moving forward at your own pace, and be proud of every step you take on this journey.

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