I just make myself train anyway. Everyone has the occasional day where they don't want to goto the gym. I think one of the keys to keeping with it is to make yourself go anyway. You'll probably feel better about it next time; no one is excited about training 100% of the time.
The only time it's bad to feel the burn is when you're peeing...
First, I take a little time off and say, i'd rather just have a long break than just give up completely.
Second, I have a list of goals. goals are what keep me going. whether i want to lift xxxlbs yy times for a given exercise, or see that first, second or 3rd row of abs, or have arms zz inches around.
Third, I change it up quite a bit. For cardio, I stopped running and went swimming or bike riding (i've recently started running again though). Weights, I don't have so much of a problem because I change my routines so much. I recently started taking legs much more seriously and I immediately started seeing gains in my upper body (not sure why but I know there is a relationship).
You should probably ask why you have lost motivation. Have you stopped seeing gains? do you just not have any goals? Would switching sports/exercises revive you? Do you have a training partners (if not, get one)? Where do you want to be in a year? How do you get there?
I don't know... this forum actually motivates me sometimes... I've certainly tried lots of new exercises as a result of reading some of these posts.
Your question seems odd to me. Without results? My motivation is driven almost solely by results. Maybe the lack of results would lead to no motivation?
Dude largepkg, you were overweight at one time right? I used to be semi overweight. Now I have a little more bodyfat than I would like. What did you do? Just clean diet? How long did it take? This shit is taking forever on a clean diet.
Originally Posted by kbm8795
Oh, I think Americans understand that the one thing conservatives hate the most is the idea of spending American tax money on Americans. . .in America.
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