My motivation comes from the recent realization that getting fit doesn't have to be all or nothing....even if I don't have time or energy to work out for a full hour, now I realize it will still help to take a 20 minute walk. On the nutrition side, one slip-up doesn't mean that I should just quit eating healthy, just be better next time. That attitude has helped me be so much more consistent.
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899 10/8/12 9:43 A
Strong desire to get stronger for most part, followed by desire to look better.
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10/8/12 7:57 A
My family. We push each other to always do our best to stay healthy. That includes exercise and trying to make good food choices.
me, and the way I feel every morning when I get out of bedf
10/8/12 1:27 A
I've 'dropped the ball' and started over so many times and I well know that feeling when you start over...again. This time with a great go at it I won't stop, made way to much progress and even if I just stay where I'm at for a while, I'm not sliding back!
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42 10/7/12 11:16 P
thankx every1 i'm working on my journey a step a time putting my all in-setting myself smaller goals works for me... so far my goal till the end of the month is to lose another 5 kgs hopefully will keep reminding myself y am i doing this before pressing "stop" on my workout! thanks for sharing X
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720 10/7/12 2:37 P
WHEN I am well motivated and for any amount of time, I am invariably maintaining a tight routine for my physical conditioning program.
However, when I get off of my routine, I start slipping on the activities and start back-slidding regarding my nutritional intake and things tend to fall apart rapidly and severely!
Picking myself back-up and getting set back into the saddle takes so much more effort, than it would have to just keep myself seated and plodding along . . .
I have pictures of me at my goal weight I'd like to be on my page and my kids are also my inspiration, I want to be healthy for them and myself.
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1,801 10/7/12 2:28 P
I look at pictures from when I ran a half marathon, and tell myself that if I could do that then, i can certainly stay on top of things now!
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2,044 10/7/12 12:36 P
I stay motivated by reminding myself everyday where I want to be and why. I enjoy SP and SparkCoach and the teams I belong to and chat with daily.
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42 10/7/12 12:33 P
hi going through our journey has it's ups and downs... some days we're happy, excited and motivated and others well, seem to pull u down... what is it that keeps you motivated and focused? and how do u pull through when you're feeling low?