Stay in the flow! How not to lose motivation to workout at home Stay in the flow! How not to lose motivation to workout at home

Stay in the flow! How not to lose motivation to workout at home

Exercising at home has become the new normal. Yet many people have found their motivation slowly disappearing as the days went by. Having a trainer and a group of people with you at a class is very motivating for some, as they feel the "pressure" to finish the workout. But what do you do when you have to exercise at home? 

Follow these tips to maintain an exercise routine at home:

1. Organize your habits.

For example, you can exercise for 30 minutes before your children get up in the morning or plan a routine and exercise with them.

If your work team holds a daily conference call, set goals you want to achieve before or after the call. Sticking to a workout will eventually lead to a habit. And missing your daily dose of happy hormones will no longer be an option. 

Plan a routine and exercise with your children

2. Find a suitable place for the exercise session

Not everyone has a separate room that can become the home gym, but consider creating a space in the cellar or garage or even your living room. Having a designated workout space will speed things up a bit. 

For a habit to be successful, it must be easy, and it must be enjoyable.

3. Customize the exercise routine according to your abilities

Choose an exercise routine you can follow according to your physical condition, don’t try to overdo. It is more important than ever to avoid getting injured. The same goes for your preferences. Don't suffer from the workout you don't enjoy. Choose what you like and stick to it. 

Choose an exercise routine you can follow according to your physical condition

4. Reconsider the meaning of success

Before the pandemic, you may have judged your success by the weight you lifted or the meters you rowed. Now your goal may be developing new exercise habits in a different environment.

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