Motivation- Simple Yet Extremely Difficult…

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Keeping motivated when it comes to working out, burning body fat and keeping in shape is easy in principle…

But difficult in action.

If you are like most people when first starting out, then you will probably notice over the first couple of weeks that…

The hardest part about working out is getting out the front door!

It doesn’t matter if you’re heading to the gym, or getting ready to hit the local park for a run…

The hardest thing to do is to get out your front door.

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Defeat the Distractions By…

There are a multitude of distractions that we all face every day; and it is very easy to put off hitting the gym or working out.

But once you are out the front door and heading to the gym, you are committed; and it is easy to achieve your fat burning goals…

What works for a lot of my training partners is setting up a set schedule every week; and actually writing it down…

And then sticking to it, come hell or high water.

So if you choose to work out Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 530 PM, then stick to your schedule.

Write it down with a black Sharpie, and stick it on your computer monitor, on your refrigerator…

Wherever you will see it every day.

After a while, it will become second nature to you; in fact, you may just start feeling guilty on those rare occasions when you do miss a scheduled workout.

Life Happens, So Don’t Beat Yourself Up

But life happens, and sometimes you will have a situation come up; and you will miss a scheduled workout.

Don’t beat yourself up…

Simply replace one of your off days with a workout day, and go on with life.

Burning body fat, getting in shape, and actually achieving the body you are targeting takes time, effort and consistency.

And it will not happen overnight. But…

By creating a set schedule, and sticking to it (especially over the first two weeks of your new workout schedule), you’ll discover that getting out the front door is really not as hard as it may seem to be…

Especially once you have made working out a regular part of your weekly routine.

So, why not take two minutes right now and write down your personal workout schedule?

Then, stick it somewhere that you will see it day after day.

You’ll see it gets easier as you stay consistent…

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