Keeping your resolutions

A lot of people have that classical “I am going to get in shape this year” resolution and if I told you how many don’t keep it it’d be discouraging. Instead, I’ll try to help you keep it. Here are something you should know and some things you should not expect/do.

  • It takes 90 days to make it into a routine. (Roughly, keep doing it and your brain will be locked in.)
  • Don’t expect quick results. There are no shortcuts and results come over time through dedication and persistence.
  • Don’t give up because you aren’t seeing results in the first two weeks. Like I said, it takes time. Stay at it. Even without results working out is healthy.
  • Buy that gym membership immediately. Don’t postpone it. If you do, you will most likely never buy it. If you bought it, you will at least feel like you’re wasting a lot of money if you don’t go.
  • Don’t go in and do it for the results. Do it because you want to feel healthy and well. Don’t go in just doing it for the result, that way you will fail and have a dull time.
  • Only you can make yourself go. Nothing I say or anybody else for that matter, will make you go. You have to want it. If you cheat, you only cheat yourself.

There you have some quick and good tips in my opinion that should be followed. Feel free to share your own in the comment section.

If you don’t enjoy it, it will be extra difficult to do it.

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