Three Main Concepts to be Successful at Exercise: Motivation, Action, Results

You have probably heard several people talk about their fitness goals and how they went about it. A lot of them are usually proud enough to say that they are actually successful while others aren't due to several reasons. A common denominator among both groups of fitness enthusiasts include motivation, action, and result but the successful ones are the ones who have these and the not-so-successful ones are those who don’t.

The question now is, how can a person who wants to become healthier and fitter be equipped with never ending motivation, the desire to continuously act on these motivational bouts, and take advantage of its great and long term results? Here are some of the three main concepts you should understand in order to enjoy successful exercise and healthier lifestyle.

There is actually no formula on how one can become motivated at exercising and living healthier. What one can do is to have a positive mind set about these two and actually believe that a good result will come in the end. The most common problem with people who are trying to regularly exercises is they usually tire themselves out and so they experience what is known as burn out. When this happens, not only will that person dread exercising again, they usually wouldn't want to do it ever.

This is why the best technique to start slow and gradual and double up the effort as you progress and go along. Motivate oneself in such a way that the body will always have the ability and desire to exert more effort the day after because the body knows that it can do so much more. Dieters who think this way are the ones who are usually more successful as opposed to those who don’t.

Acting on various types of motivational concepts is as crucial as being motivated itself. Of course, if there is no action, there is no result and reaction. So the more you exercise and the more you are consistent with your healthy diet, the more likely will you be able to take great advantage of its positive results. However, it is also important to realize that not because you exercise regularly and diet like crazy will you already get immediate results. There should be a balance between the two to be able to enjoy its long term benefits.

Last but not the least, reaping the fruits of your effort will usually come towards the end but people who are consistent with their diet and exercise will see obvious changes in their body and on the scale a few months into this kind of lifestyle. If you wish to see consistent positive changes to both, then all you have to do is take a hold of your motivation and act on it at all times no matter how tiring exercising can be and no matter how much you miss eating junk.

Thanks,Kisar Dhillon

The Art of Personal Training by Kisar Dhillon107 SE Washington Street, Suite 137Portland, Oregon 97214(503) 953-0241