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Before I got to bed every night I give myself a pep talk. I congratulate myself for my days work and then I talk to myself about the work that I am going to do tomorrow. I remind myself that I am worth all of my effort and today is the day to prove it to myself.
This little pillow talk technique usually has me in the right frame of mind to get up and work out in the morning.
Keeping in mind that I can help to change the condition of my body even a little bit, helps me keep my mind in a much happier and better frame of mind.
By keeping this thought in mind, when I wake up in the night or morning hurting from the Fibromyalgia, it is much easier to put it in the back of my mind and block it out. Thus being able to do what I have scheduled for the day.
Sometimes, you’re tired after work. Or you want to hang out with your buddies instead of team practice. All athletes—from the weekend soccer player to the pro baller—need motivation to remain engaged when it comes to training, practice and a full season of competition. Try these tips to keep yourself in the right frame of mind. Set up a schedule Keep your eye on the prize Recognize you’re not perfect Make sure you’re happy
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