First, it’s important to understand what these terms mean. How I stay motivated to workout?  If someone is motivated, he or she is focused on the task at hand. If someone is motivated, he or she is motivated to perform in an effort to achieve a specific goal.

How does this apply to designing workout regimens? Designing an exercise plan doesn’t mean you should “create” a workout plan. This means you should design a workout plan that is motivated to the task at hand and motivated to avoid getting in a rut. If your workout goals are motivated by motivation and action, you have a very good chance of developing successful workouts that work for you.

Motivation can come from exercise success, being inspired by a friend, or being motivated by motivating people. However, you will only be motivated by actions if you are motivated yourself. You will be motivated by motivated goals.

What kind of exercise can motivate me to get out of bed?

  1. ACHIEVEMENT

Motivation can come from achievement of a personal goal or feeling proud of your achievements. We know motivation in an exercise environment occurs because we are motivated to work and feel accomplished. You will feel more motivated if you are already achieving something. Successful exercise plans are motivated by achievement, which is a motivating factor.

2. MOTIVATION

This can also be a motivating factor. These programs offer ways to keep working toward the achievement of a goal. Sometimes that will be motivating enough.

3. ACTION

These programs encourage you to be active. They offer actionable tasks and accountability, which can be motivating for many.

Remember, motivation and action are the key. You will feel more motivated if you do something. Only do something! Then once you do something, be motivated to continue doing it.