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Friday, June 3, 2011

Pleasanton Women Stop Taking it Easy...and Get Fitness Results


Are you ready for the conclusion to this weeks series of motivation tips...read on
6. Reward yourself
After each exercise session, take a few minutes to savor the good feelings that exercise gives you. This type of internal reward can help you make a long-term commitment to regular exercise. External rewards can help, too. When you reach a longer range goal, treat yourself to a new pair of walking shoes or new tunes to enjoy while you exercise.
7. Be flexible
If you're too busy to work out or simply don't feel up to it, take a day or two off. Be gentle with yourself if you need a break. The important thing is to get back on track as soon as you can.
These are all great tips for staying motivated, and they all seem to offer good advise. That said, as great as they are there are a couple of sure fire ways I have found to ensure your motivational levels stay high which will ultimately result in meeting your personal fitness goals. The first is, imagine yourself on a tropical island and the only piece(s) of clothing is a slim fitting bathing suit. Now imagine how you would like to look, er…feel if you were placed in that situation right know? Are you ready for that?
Another great strategic move to ensure you stay motivated is to Hire a Certified Personal Trainer to work with you. Make sure you interview a number of Certified Trainers to find one who has a personality that works with yours, who can work within your budget and clearly understands your goals. The right trainer  for me was/is Mark Rogers of the Tri-Valley area. Mark changed the way I approached my fitness program. This new prospective is all the motivation I needed to keep things going in the right direction.
So do not give up on another fitness program because of a lack of motivation, instead use the tips I’ve included in this article and most importantly go out there and get yourself a great certified personal trainer like Mark Rogers.

John-David Enright, Satisfied Mark Rogers Fitness Client

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