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How to be more consistent with your workout routine!

Fitness training can be a challenging, really challenging at times but also a really rewarding endeavor, but it requires consistency to achieve results. Many people struggle to maintain a consistent fitness routine due to busy schedules, lack of motivation, or other obstacles. However, there are several strategies that can help individuals stay on track and achieve their fitness goals. In this article, we will explore these strategies and provide tips for maintaining consistency in fitness training.





Set Realistic Goals:

Setting achievable and realistic goals is the first step towards maintaining consistency in fitness training. It is essential to have a clear understanding of what you want to achieve and set specific and measurable goals accordingly. For example, if your goal is to lose weight, set a realistic target not something that is an emotional target and break it down into smaller achievable goals. Once you have set your goals, make a plan to achieve them and track your progress regularly. Working towards a realistic target as opposed to a emotional target will get you on the road to results a lot faster and allow for more flexibility in the progression of your fitness routine.


Find an Accountability Partner:

Having an accountability partner can help you stay consistent with your fitness routine. This could be a friend, family member, or a personal trainer. (psssst we have those here!) An accountability partner can provide support, encouragement, and motivation, and hold you accountable for your progress. Additionally, they can help you stay on track by reminding you of your goals and keeping you focused on your workouts and diet.


Create a Schedule:

Creating a workout schedule can help you stay consistent with your fitness routine. Decide on the days and times that work best for you and make it a habit to stick to this schedule. Treat your workout schedule as an appointment and prioritize it just like any other important task. If something comes up, reschedule your workout, but avoid skipping it altogether.

Mix Up Your Routine:

Doing the same workout routine day after day can become monotonous and demotivating. To stay consistent with your fitness training, mix up your routine by incorporating different exercises, equipment, classes, small group sessions, training sessions and even personal trainers. Our trainers and group fitness staff can help you change up your routine any time.

Track Your Progress:

Tracking your progress can help you stay motivated and consistent with your fitness training. Use a fitness app or a journal to record your workouts and track your progress. Seeing how far you've come can be an excellent source of motivation and can help you push yourself to reach new goals. I like to recommend using our Styku 3d body scanner every 4 weeks to make sure the groove your working is on the right track. ( see a member of staff today on how you can get your first 2 scans absolutely FREE)


Stay Hydrated and Eat a Balanced Diet:

Staying hydrated and eating a balanced diet is crucial to your overall health and fitness. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated, and eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats. Proper nutrition can help you fuel your workouts and give you the energy you need to stay consistent.


Conclusion:

Staying consistent with your fitness training requires dedication and commitment. By setting realistic goals, creating a routine, finding a workout partner, mixing up your workouts, tracking your progress, and staying hydrated and eating a balanced diet, you can stay on track and achieve your fitness goals. Remember to be patient and kind to yourself, and celebrate your small progressions along the way.


Author:


Fraser Gunn


HND Sports Therapy

BSc Sport and Exercise Science

TRX Certified

TPI Certified

Les Mills Instructor - Pump, Attack, Tone, GRIT and Sprint

Personal Trainer and Group Fitness instructor , The GYM @ Milford and The GYM @ Norton

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