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The Secret To Lifelong Gym Workout And Exercise Motivationfrom: Jessica Halm - Guest Contributor
Are you one of those people who occasionally watches 'motivational videos' on youtube? Perhaps you're someone who needs to listen to their favourite 'motivational music' when working out. Or maybe you have to see yourself in the mirror to get motivated to do a workout? (or do something similar to 'find motivation')
Would you believe me if I told you that I (and many others) don't need to use these 'motivational tips' to be motivated? You see, the secret to lifelong motivation for your gym routine, for lifelong motivation for your workout, or lifelong motivation to do exercise is not outside of you, it's inside, and it wants to get out.
All you need to do is unleash it.
My goal is to show you how, so you never have to suffer from a lack of motivation again or the unreliable ups and downs that come from using 'motivation tips', 'motivation tricks', motivational videos' or any sort of motivational tactic that's outside of you. Why do you need this change to your motivational routine?
Let me answer that with a question; Would you rather be in control, or leave your sense of control to fate? I sure know which I would prefer. I know that when I take control of my ability to motivate myself I feel better, have better workouts, enjoy life more, feel more in control, feel happier AND get more of what I want. To help you with this I have developed a program that takes you from out of control of your ability to motivate yourself, to in control, feeling good and able to motivate yourself anytime you want to. I did this because I want to help you, and thousands like you, free yourself from the ravages of motivational ups and downs. And because of the feedback I have received from everyone that's tried this program I know it works, and it will work for you to.
How do you 'train motivation'?
The first thing you probably want to do is think of motivation as a skill, when you do this you will eventually realise that motivation is something that you can train, improve, strengthen with exercises and get totally under your control. Just like any skill, motivation is open to improvement. You just need to be shown the right way to practice.
Have you heard that saying, 'practice makes perfect'? Well it's only partly true, really it should say, 'perfect practice makes perfect'. So what you need is a system that shows you how to practice in a way that's perfect for you. This complete system of motivation training takes you from complete beginner to super advanced, shows you how to know what to do, makes you feel in control and gives you the dedication you have been missing. In addition to that, this motivation training course is fully supported by a personal backup email service that ensures you always have someone to talk to, to ask questions and find help from.
Just think for a moment what it would be like for you to feel good about planning, doing and enjoying your exercise or gym routine. Take a moment to ponder all the benefits to you from becoming totally in control of your level of motivation, able to change it whenever you need to. How would you feel if you were able to do this?
And, finally, think about what it would sound or look like for you to understand that you never have to worry again about doing what you need to do, because you find it easy, enjoyable and pleasurable. Really take your time to get into these benefits, really live them, take them on board and make them your own. How good does it feel?
This could be your first step to taking control of your feelings of motivation, and in a way it already is; the process of learning how to take control of your motivation is all about how your brain is programmed, and all you need to do now is continue that process.
About the Author
George 'SuperBootCamps' Harris is a Personal Trainer, Hypnotherapist, Master NLP Practitioner, Certified Strength and Condidtioning Specialist and Nutritional Coach.
George wrote his ebook, 'How To Do What You Don't Want To Do' to help people take control of their ability to motivate themselves, feel good and get results from their diet and exercise. Written for everyone to easily understand and apply, this book contains everything you need to take control of your motivation and get results.
With this book you can finally end the cycle of motivation and despair, be consistent and learn - easily - how to feel good about doing exercise, how to make dieting easy and make yourself feel good anytime.
To learn more visit my blog pages at http://superbootcamps.co.uk or check out the book nowhttp://superbootcamps.co.uk/motivation-ebook/