1. Make sure you don’t pick more than two things to change. You want to make sure you choose either to start exercising and going to a gym or start exercising at home and eating cleaner. If you try to add too many things to change, the chances of you sticking to it are highly unlikely.
2. Buddy up. Fitness is always fun if you’ve got a friend or partner with the same goals as you.
3. Set up multiple goals throughout the year. That way you’re continuously evolving and not just focusing on one goal, achieving it, and then being done with it.
4. Invest in a fitness tracker. Watching your progress and hitting your goals is a great motivator. Not only keeps you working out but you can track how well you’re doing.
5. Find a trainer. The advantages of having a personal trainer is they can build the workout for you and take out the thinking that comes with working out. If you don’t have to focus on the thinking part of the workout, it’s one less thing to worry about. This allows you to focus more on the goals you set yourself.
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