Do you spend more time hating exercise than loving it?

Why is tomorrow the favourite day of the week for exercise, and other fitness questions.

Probing questions you should ask yourself.

  • Is tomorrow (or the day after) the favourite day of the week to start exercising?

  • Do you work out to make up for over indulgence the day before? 

  • Do you want to avoid the punishment we are told that we need to go through to get the body we want? Usually reinforced by endless fitspirational social media quotes.

  • Do you prefer lounging on the couch to getting off the couch? 

  • Do you not have the time today, but will hopefully have more time later this week?

  • Is it because you don't feel fit enough to join the gym, so need to get 'in shape' before you can get into shape?

  • Do you not particularly love to exercise, but you exercise because of the health benefits?

  • Do you not feel the need to exercise, because you eat well?

  • Do you need to buy new training shoes/workout gear/exercise equipment?

  • Do you need to do more research to find out what is effective enough?

  • Actually, how much time do I need to set aside for physical activity for health?

  • Most of the above?

IS THERE SOMETHING THAT COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

  • Remember back when you were a kid, and you would never sit still?
  • Remember how exciting and carefree those restless years were?
  • Wouldn't it be amazing to get just some of that energy and enthusiasm back as an adult?

Watch the video below and reminisce:


Your action plan

Don't make 'tomorrow' the favourite day of the week for exercise, make it something you want to do today. A step in the right direction is to enjoy what we can do functionally and practically when fit rather than hating what we have to do to get fit. 

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