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The Importance Of Finding An Exercise You Enjoy

The Importance Of Finding An Exercise You Enjoy

Let’s face it, the thought of exercising fills a lot of people with dread.

Exercise can be boring, monotonous and time consuming.

This is why it’s vital that you find an exercise that you enjoy.

When you find an exercise that you enjoy, working out can become something that’s fun and worth looking forward to.

Here’s how to find an exercise that you enjoy…

Try a range of options

You can’t expect to love the first form of exercise that you try, unless you’re very lucky.

This is why it’s important to try out a range of different options.

Not only does this allow you to find out what you find to be the most enjoyable form of exercise, but it also prevents you from limiting yourself too much.

If you’re often in the gym or out running, try something different such as badminton or a team sport.

Try team sports and workout classes

Regardless of the type of exercise that you prefer to do, there’s no need to do it alone.

If you’re a sociable person, you may prefer a team sport or a workout class.

Not only do team sports and workout classes bring in a more social side of working out, but they’re also a great way to boost motivation.

After all, you don’t want to be the one person that skips a session for no reason.

Switch things up regularly

It doesn’t matter how much you enjoy working out, eventually things can become boring.

When you stick to the same sport or fitness regime for a long time, everything can become dull and tedious.

This is why it’s a good idea to switch things up regularly.

Though you don’t need to completely change the type of exercise that you do, keeping things interesting will help to keep things enjoyable.

Consider working out with a friend

Though some people enjoy working out on their own, many people don’t.

In fact, a lot of people find exercising to be a lot more enjoyable when they’re with other people.

So, consider working out with a friend.

Find a friend who is interested in the same sort of fitness activities that you are and make some plans.

Though it can be difficult to find an exercise that you enjoy, doing so is hugely worthwhile.

When you enjoy a form of exercise, you are much more likely to give it your all and you’re much more likely to see the impressive benefits.

Stephen Coleclough
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Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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