Do you workout because you want to or because you have to?
This is an important question to consider because it can make a huge difference in your outcome.
In my experience I’ve seen a lot of people working out because they have to. They come to my gym or contact me online to start a workout program because it’s something that needs to be done. Either they are fed up with how they feel or look, or worst case scenario there’s been a health scare and their doctor basically demands it. In both cases they are doing it because they no longer want to be in their current position.
They’re doing it because they have to and in a way, it’s not really their choice.
This option does work for a while because anger, frustration, and fear are all great motivators. We’re angry at our bad habits or poor condition so it’s time to change. We’re scared of the health risks so it’s time to change. Our current situation has to be different, so we HAVE to change.
But being healthy because you have to creates resistance. Continue reading “Do you Workout Because you Want to”