trying to keep myself motivated

mystical Previous Paid Member
Oct 6, 2016
I try to do some sort of exercise 3 times a week, the past couple weeks i haven't worked out at all, I'm usually tired most of the time cause i don't get enough sleep at night and that's why i don't want to exercise or pole cause im so tired. I plan to exercise today and hopefully get some exercising done next week. I might do exercise on the nights i cant sleep cause that might help me sleep. anyway I'm going to start writing on here once a week to let everyone know how much i have exercised throughout the week, I think that will keep me motivated. I can also see how many reps/sets i am doing in each session.
dustbunny Previous Paid MemberWe all go through phases of being motivated or unmotivated. It should pass with time. Sometimes joining in on an instagram or other social media challenge will help me stay/get motivated. Especially if you get yourself an accountabili-buddy to check in with. ☺
Oct 7, 2016
HellcatSorry to hear about your troubles lately Mystical. I echo what dustbunny said. I know the feeling all to well about feeling exhausted and struggling to meet the daily exercise goals I set for myself. Most of the time phases pass but there are times when we all just have to push through it and keep doing it until it passes. In my experience, when I force myself to get up and do it I feel better and the phase doesn't last as long. I of course suggest seeing a professional if your sleep/exhaustion becomes abnormal for an extended period of time. Listen to your body, don't push yourself to hard. Every little bit helps, if you only manage 10 mins, its still a victory. Keep us posted.
Oct 7, 2016
Queenofwands10009677I would suggest promising yourself that you're just going to work out for 15 minutes. An hour is a big commitment but 15 minutes is small. Start with stretching...you will probably get in the mood and put in at least a half an hour of work without even realizing. I think the thing to remember is that something is ALWAYS better than nothing. Start with small goals and work your way up.
Oct 7, 2016
mystical Previous Paid MemberThank you ladies for the replies, all of you have great suggestions.

Dustbunny I will check out the challenges on instagram and see if I'll be able to do them.

Hellcat if my sleep becomes a problem I will see a professional.

Queenofwands I deff. Will start out small and I will try to keep it from 15 min to 30 min.

Thank you ladies again for the great replies
Oct 7, 2016
yrngrl Previous Paid Member
I take lessons in a studio, but between classes at home it is so helpful to have Veena's lessons to refresh my memory of what I learned in class and show me other moves I "should" be able to do based on what I already know. Instructions are so clear!
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