Ten Ways to Stay Motivated

In This Chapter

^ Encouraging yourself to do a workout ^ Patting yourself on the back for your efforts ^ Setting workout goals

^ Making your workout experience enjoyable

7he hardest part of any workout is taking the first step, lifting the first weight, or taking the first deep breath. Getting motivated is harder than bench-pressing, harder than running through the park, and harder than any yoga-with-weights exercise. When you're motivated to exercise, working out comes easy, but when you don't feel motivated, starting your workout can seem like pushing a boulder up a hillside.

This chapter gives you ten ways to get yourself motivated. When you can't seem to find the time, when you're overcome by listlessness, or when you're dead tired, turn to this chapter.

A little bit each day makes a big difference! You can do as little as two or three 30-minute yoga-with-weights workouts each week and see a significant improvement in your health and mental state. Make the commitment, and you'll feel a surge of energy and tremendous pride in what you're accomplishing.

Yoga For Beginners

Yoga For Beginners

Yoga is an important part of many lives today. Although it is considered a type of exercise, it has the potential to affect the emotional and psychological health of the individual, not just the physical state.

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