5 ways to stay motivated when you don’t feel like working out:⁠
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1. Remember why you started. There’s always a reason you started an exercise program, be it for weight-loss, a particular performance goal, or just to be healthy. Keep the thought of why you started training in the back of your mind to help push you along when you’re feeling flat.⁠
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2. Do it with a friend. Having an accountability buddy helps keep you going because you’re not alone in your fitness journey. When you’re feeling lazy, your friend will pick you up, and vice versa. It’ll keep you both consistent on your journey.⁠
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3. Record all of your stats. When you’re feeling de-motivated, look back at your initial measurements, photos and personal bests that you started with to remind you just how far you’ve come and how much you’ve actually achieved.⁠
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4. Save an old picture of yourself to look back on. We all aspire to be back where we once were: fit, healthy & strong. A little reminder of what you once looked like might be the motivation you need to get back to pushing yourself to your limits.⁠
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5. Join a new fitness regime. Something new and fresh is always an exciting and motivating journey to be on. Need some guidance? I’ve got just the online program to suit your needs, offering Custom Training, the Unjaded Fitness Membership or Sweat HIIT programming. ⁠
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Drop a DM for more info aaaaand have a happy humpday peeps!⁠
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#unjadedfitness #fitness #fitchicks #inspire #fitspo #inspire #fitforareason #empower #fitfam #healthy #health #lifestyle #instagood #gymlife #fitnessmotivation #getfit #love #weightloss #inspiration #photooftheday #healthychoices #train (did someone say #workoutwednesday @womenshealthmagsa )
5 ways to stay motivated when you don’t feel like working out:⁠ ⁠ 1. Remember why you started. There’s always a reason you started an exercise program, be it for weight-loss, a particular performance goal, or just to be healthy. Keep the thought of why you started training in the back of your mind to help push you along when you’re feeling flat.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ 2. Do it with a friend. Having an accountability buddy helps keep you going because you’re not alone in your fitness journey. When you’re feeling lazy, your friend will pick you up, and vice versa. It’ll keep you both consistent on your journey.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ 3. Record all of your stats. When you’re feeling de-motivated, look back at your initial measurements, photos and personal bests that you started with to remind you just how far you’ve come and how much you’ve actually achieved.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ 4. Save an old picture of yourself to look back on. We all aspire to be back where we once were: fit, healthy & strong. A little reminder of what you once looked like might be the motivation you need to get back to pushing yourself to your limits.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ 5. Join a new fitness regime. Something new and fresh is always an exciting and motivating journey to be on. Need some guidance? I’ve got just the online program to suit your needs, offering Custom Training, the Unjaded Fitness Membership or Sweat HIIT programming. ⁠ ⁠ Drop a DM for more info aaaaand have a happy humpday peeps!⁠ ⁠ #unjadedfitness #fitness #fitchicks #inspire #fitspo #inspire #fitforareason #empower #fitfam #healthy #health #lifestyle #instagood #gymlife #fitnessmotivation #getfit #love #weightloss #inspiration #photooftheday #healthychoices #train (did someone say #workoutwednesday @womenshealthmagsa )
Currently in the middle of a #danceparty with my work bestie to the ultimate Boy Band Bests (I’m so making a playlist for this)
This one’s for the ladies who are striving for pull ups (because #goals) Guys - these bad boys don’t come overnight, and it takes everyday work to achieve your first pull up.
These are some variations to help you work on gaining your strength, and stepping to the next level on the pull up ladders:
1. Eccentric pull ups - start at the top, and count to 3 as you SLOWLY lower yourself down. HUGELY FUNDAMENTAL to building your lat strength for pull ups! Once you’ve mastered a slow, controlled 3 second lowering phase, slow it down even more to 5 seconds.
2. Attempt your first pull up FIRST to gauge how far you are. You can experiment with jump pull ups on a Smith Machine to lower the bar, but essentially you want to jump and pull to utilize your upper body’s strength (not your legs)
3. Proceed to a thick band, and attempt some strict pull ups. Once you gain confidence and ease, drop to thinner bands until you feel good.
4. Bicep pull ups are a good cheat to assisting your lats in doing the work to get you up to the top of the bar (you can also use this grip in every other variation for confidence)
5. Proceed to the ultimate bodyweight strength monster for women - the wide grip pull up. BOOM! Target achieved 🎯 
Recommendations:
Play with these guys before you start your strength training while you’re good and fresh. When I started, I worked on them everyday (and I did the same for handstand walks, handstand push ups, double unders & muscle ups). If you want to get good at anything you’ll need to prioritize it and do it often to get anywhere (as in life).
Happy #HUMPDAY 🐪 have a goodie peeps! 
BACK TO MY DANCE PARTY💃🏻🕺🏻👯‍♀️🥳🎶 #workoutwednesday #pullup #pulluppractise #practisemakesperfect #perfect #strength #strongwoman #stronggirl #gymgirl #fitgirl #dohafitness #pt #personaltrainer #workout #danceparty #goals #smashgoals @mt96.qatar @pumasouthafrica @pumame
Currently in the middle of a #danceparty with my work bestie to the ultimate Boy Band Bests (I’m so making a playlist for this) This one’s for the ladies who are striving for pull ups (because #goals) Guys - these bad boys don’t come overnight, and it takes everyday work to achieve your first pull up. These are some variations to help you work on gaining your strength, and stepping to the next level on the pull up ladders: 1. Eccentric pull ups - start at the top, and count to 3 as you SLOWLY lower yourself down. HUGELY FUNDAMENTAL to building your lat strength for pull ups! Once you’ve mastered a slow, controlled 3 second lowering phase, slow it down even more to 5 seconds. 2. Attempt your first pull up FIRST to gauge how far you are. You can experiment with jump pull ups on a Smith Machine to lower the bar, but essentially you want to jump and pull to utilize your upper body’s strength (not your legs) 3. Proceed to a thick band, and attempt some strict pull ups. Once you gain confidence and ease, drop to thinner bands until you feel good. 4. Bicep pull ups are a good cheat to assisting your lats in doing the work to get you up to the top of the bar (you can also use this grip in every other variation for confidence) 5. Proceed to the ultimate bodyweight strength monster for women - the wide grip pull up. BOOM! Target achieved 🎯 Recommendations: Play with these guys before you start your strength training while you’re good and fresh. When I started, I worked on them everyday (and I did the same for handstand walks, handstand push ups, double unders & muscle ups). If you want to get good at anything you’ll need to prioritize it and do it often to get anywhere (as in life). Happy #HUMPDAY 🐪 have a goodie peeps! BACK TO MY DANCE PARTY💃🏻🕺🏻👯‍♀️🥳🎶 #workoutwednesday #pullup #pulluppractise #practisemakesperfect #perfect #strength #strongwoman #stronggirl #gymgirl #fitgirl #dohafitness #pt #personaltrainer #workout #danceparty #goals #smashgoals @mt96.qatar @pumasouthafrica @pumame