If you can’t seem to find the motivation to work out these days you shouldn’t feel bad about it.
You should feel rotten about it.
That’s because when you are not adding sufficient physical activity to your schedule you are sending a signal to your body that you’re done using it and it is OK to begin the downward slide to frailty, loss of physical enjoyment, and disease.
If you are younger than 35 years of age, it’s coming. If you are older, you already know what I am talking about.
So let’s agree that there’s a huge incentive for you to want to workout (to ward off the unpleasant side effects of aging as a couch potato). It’s increased health, greater enjoyment of life, and lower likelihood of dying of an entirely preventable disease, like heart attack, high blood pressure, and cancer. All of these conditions have an incidence in the general population that tracks very well with the amount of weight the person carries into their later years.
So you know you need to exercise. You want to exercise. But for life of you (pun intended) you can’t seem to stay sufficiently motivated to actually put the time in at the gym or out on the running track that circles your local park.
But what if there was a way to switch on the motivation, so that you didn’t have to struggle with the decision of whether or not to make time for exercise. Instead you’d just do it because the debating in your head was swept away, replaced by a directive to get the job done. One that you always obeyed.
If you could find a way to become HIGHLY motivated to workout, then you know you would benefit from the outcome.
But how do you do that? How do you tap into that well-spring of motivation that you’ve seen in others who DO manage to achieve their weight loss goals?
Carolyn Hansen set out to answer that question when she decided to sit down and create The Weight Loss Motivation Bible. She says that if you are looking for a way to implement sustainable, almost effortless weight loss, then you need to begin not with the great sounding diet or exercise plan, but with your mind. You need to address any negative thoughts or beliefs that are working behind the scenes to kill your motivation to sticking to a healthy exercise regimen.
If you want to REPROGRAM your subconscious mind so that it doesn’t fight your efforts to create a firmer, slimmer, and more vibrant body, take a moment to check out Carolyn’s story. You’ll find that she is offering all her best techniques for supercharging your motivation and staying on track with your weight loss efforts. You’ll find all your answers in The Weight Loss Motivation Bible.