How to Stick to a Workout Promises

Last Revised on January 30, 2008

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We’ve heard all the excuses for skipping a workout. More men join gyms in January than in any other month. Overtraining keeps as many men from reaching their goals as undertraining does, an expert claims. An illness means you should knock off and let your body fight the bug. If you’re so tired you’re drowsy, you could hurt yourself. Here are the ways to stick to your workout plan:

Combine workout with things you do anyway. Set up business meetings during which you walk or jog; play tennis with your date; take a spin class to find dates; or take your family hiking.

Schedule your fitness time: On the first of each month, review your schedule with your close family and friends, and breaks it down into weeks.

Look at the mirror: If you look at the mirror, try to look closely and see you do need to exercise.

Don’t be lazy: Seriously, do what you have to do. Don’t lose interest.

Realize the benefits: There are many benefits of working out like rejuvenating your body, releasing stress, etc

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