Many of my friends give up even before they start exercising. When I ask them why, the answer is always: “I need motivation to workout, but not now“.
Do you know what separates successful people from the rest?
Hard work and discipline.
So don’t let your excuses get stronger than your will to change.
It’s a long path until you make it to the point when you can call it exercise routine as part of your lifestyle, but with the right motivation and plan, it can be your every day habit.
You can get over your excuses only if you motivate yourself.
Devotees to positive thinking have long promoted visualizing the benefits of a behavior as a motivational strategy. So do whatever works for you to keep you moving forward.
The trick to exercising regularly is getting creative and finding your natural motivations.