Preparing to work out requires more than lacing up your sneakers and filling your water bottle. There’s a mental aspect too. You need to prepare your mind as much as your body.
In many ways, it’s your attitude more than your muscles that determines whether you’ll make it to the gym and stick to a consistent schedule. If you want to reap the benefits of an active lifestyle, try these strategies for overcoming some of the most common mental barriers to exercise.
Train the smart way by engaging both your mind and body. When you’re mentally prepared to work out, exercise becomes easier and more effective. You’ll reach your fitness goals and enjoy more energy and wellbeing.
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