4. Keep a workout calendar and track your progress.
“Make simple goals, like move for 20-minutes a day, and mark down all the days that you successfully do it,” Lanier says. “If you commit to a goal of doing that for 30 days, eventually it will become a habit and your body will start wanting to do it.”
There’s also nothing that feels better then checking something off that you’ve accomplished. Keeping a calendar will motivate you to stick to your goals and will give you a confidence boost as you watch the progress you’re making.
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