What’s your excuse for not making it to the gym on a consistent basis? Locker room too smelly? Eye candy not sweet enough? Music volume making your ears bleed? Feeling intimidated by buff bodies crowding the free-weight area?
Most people start off strong with an exercise program, and then within a few weeks they’ve got an excuse for not being there.
The majority of people will stop participating in a new workout program within the first 90 days which is why health clubs that are packed in January can seem virtually empty by March.
Which brings us to you.
If you’re starting a new exercise program, you’re probably very excited about it, which is great. But that excitement is going to wear off, at which point you’ll begin to notice how much time and effort a workout plan really requires.
And that’s the point where you may be tempted to start pulling back, or even to quit entirely. But we’re not about to let that happen. Follow these steps from the very beginning, and you’ll be one of those dedicated gym members who really get their money’s worth.