I know many of you connected with my platforms and this site  page are already highly motivated. But for those of you who have lost your way a little here are some strategies to help your

Remind yourself why you are here – Maintain a strong perception of the importance of long-term change.

Stay hooked on that feeling – Reflect on the positive feelings and successes you’ve previously experienced from regularly exercising.

Consider the pros and cons- Compare the numerous benefits associated maintaining a regular exercise program to the costs of leading a non-active lifestyle.

Acknowledging the pros and cons will help you to keep the decisional balance in favor of change in the long run.Set yourself up for success – Ensure that outcome expectations are reasonable by establishing short-term (weekly), medium-term (monthly) and long-term (6 months +) realistic goals which are continually evaluated and adjusted to ensure continued progress and success.

Keep in mind that change takes time- It is important to remember that change does not occur overnight. Recognize that in order to obtain desired results both time and continued effort are required.

Be your own “cheerleader”- The fact of the matter is you do have the ability to make changes and you can adhere to those changes long-term. Maintaining a positive attitude and providing yourself with internal feedback (such as praising yourself for a job well done) will aid you in your quest for long-term success.

There are many resources on this site to keep you healthy and motivated … if your not sure where to start, need a bit of guidance or want to take your fitness to the next level drop me a line and we’ll make it happen.

After all … that’s what I’m here for.