How to draw motivation for a Great Workout

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Published on September 4, 2017

Author: Portlandfitness

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How to draw motivation for a Great Workout : BY http://kisardhillon.com How to draw motivation for a Great Workout Slide 3: Motivation is one of the essential tools required to be successful at working out. It is the intrinsic motivation required to push through the pain barrier. So it is essential to strengthen the inner self through regular hard work and efforts. There are various steps which need to be followed for increasing as well as maintaining personal productivity and also provide the required kick in the rear to go the extra mile. The various motivational initiatives are useful in preventing mental break down and also simplify the task of motivating to follow the path to success. When it is practiced over a long time, the entire felling of motivation becomes completely intrinsic. This is mainly due to the fact that the brain becomes accustomed to associate the sweat and pain of the body with the various feel good hormones such as the endorphins. Slide 4: Work slowly and steadily. Set yourself small and measurable goals and when you are able to achieve those goals reward yourself. Having big goals and aiming for the sky is a great initiative but in order to achieve those big goals you need to start small. Smaller goals provide a great motivation as they are achieved very easily over a short period of time. This ensures the payoff is easy and the goal is always in sight. Also one of the other factors for success is committing publicly. Working individually one can easily loose motivation and slack off but since all of us social animals. And confessing in a public platform is a very good motivational tool. Slide 5: Contact Kisar Dhillon The Art of Personal Training 107 SE Washington Street Suite #137 Portland, OR 97214 (503)-953 0241 [email protected] http://kisardhillon.com/

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