Alright... I need some little mind tricks to get me back on the exercise track!!!
My BF of 1 1/2 yrs and I broke up 3 months ago. Since then, every time I think about getting back into a fitness routine, I kinda sorta freak out.
See, the BF was/is *very* athletic. I had some athletic inclination before the relationship, but really dove into the fitness world with the BF. I already had a pretty good internal mental "coach" to get me to push just a little harder to finish that last mile, or do one more good rep ("C'mon girl, you can do it!!). But in the relationship, the BF became a second "mental coach" - but the kind of coach that's more like a drill sergeant. "Do more; you're not working hard enough; don't be lazy!" I wanted the relationship to work, so I let that nasty "coach" creep in...
Now that the relationship is over (and I've had to suspend my gym membership and workout from home), I can't seem to get myself motivated to work out AT ALL. So...I need some tips, some motivational thinking, some new mental "coach" voices to replace the nasty, unhealthy ones of the BF.
What are some things you say to coach yourself? How do you get the Nasties out of your head so you can get back to doing something you enjoy?!
"I go to meet a great perhaps..." - Unknown
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