Hack the boredom

If finding motivation is your main challenge, you should change your exercise routine every 14 days.

A study by University of Florida discovered that people who modified their workouts twice a month were more likely to stick to their plans compared to those who changed their regimens whenever they wanted to. Boredom didn’t appear to be a factor; it seems people simply enjoyed the variety more.

What else can help keeping the boredom away? Camille Leblanc-Bazinet’s top-of-mind advice was to keep track of your personal records:

“Keep track of your scores so you can assess your fitness and see if you are getting better and what needs more work.”

Everyone who follows Camille also knows that a unique thing about her is the way she defines and targets her weaknesses in her training. She is the master of overcoming obstacles, and while doing so, keeping track of her improvements and personal records keeps her motivated!

How to avoid the boredom:

Change your workout routine

You are more likely to stick to your plan if you modify your workout twice a month.

Track your scores

Log what is going good and what is not. Pay attention to your achievements.

Set short term goals

Don’t just have long term goals! Make sure to have some goals that is achievable in a shorter time range. Reach goals helps you to stay motivated.

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