A few months ago I decided I
to get in shape, not to weight, but simply for health purposes. To make my goal a reality, I started exercising regularly and eating healthier foods. My goal was to increase my strength, endurance, and flexibility over time. I wanted to be able to run without any issues, do more push-ups, and be able to without feeling like I was to die. After a few weeks I started seeing results,I was excited, I was able to do more exersizes with ease, do more push-ups and I actually looked forward to my workouts.
But two months in, and seeing better results, I started to slack off a bit, and cut myself some slack.
. Consistency has been the key to my success, and if I stop being consistant, there goes my efforts. I have been consistently pushing myself to go further and it has paid off. I have seen a noticeable improvement in my physical health and performance, and I plan to stay that way. I am dedicated to continuing this consistency in order to reach my goals, and even if I slip, I will get back to that routine in a heartbeat.
Five days behind on my schedule of keeping up with my consistent routine of working out. Despite this setback, I remain committed to achieving my fitness goals by maintaining a regular workout routine and staying commited to my actions and words. I plan to start again and stay consistent with my workouts going forward. This will help me stay motivated and on track towards achieving my fitness and health goals. I am confident that I can make up the lost time and be back on schedule in no time.
You’d think, no big deal right to get into a routine of things? Well. Huge deal! I got into habit of not working out, and I keep making excuses! Breaking bad habits is hard, and it’s even harder when you haven’t stayed consistent in so long. It can be discouraging and it takes a lot of effort to stay motivated and focused on the end goal. But I know that if I am consistent and stick with it, I can break the bad habits and get back on track to living a healthier lifestyle. I’m determined to make it happen and I’m not giving up until I reach my goal.