The hardest thing about working out is sticking to it, even on day’s you really don’t feel like going to the gym. Millions of people will start the gym and then a few weeks later stop going because they say they are too busy. The key is to make time and have no excuses, if you can make up excuses to not workout then you don’t want it that bad. No matter how long you have been working out you will have day’s that you struggle to make it to the gym and then you will have day’s to where you cant wait to get there and just blow off some stress.
My advice for everyone who works out is to set a plan month by month and stick to that plan with no exceptions, whether that be a bulking plan, a weight loss plan, a strength plan, or even a shredding plan. After you start to get a rhythm of going to the gym it will become easier, but you have to be patient, it can take a few months for this to settle in.
Once you have become a religious gym junkie you will start seeing results and when you see these results it will boost your drive to workout harder. It will increase your personal self-esteem and give you a completely different outlook on working out. You will see how some workouts will work better for you and how some of the workouts that you used to use will not be in your workout plan.
When you have become successful people will call you crazy, tell you that you look good, ask how you got to where you are, and sometimes even ask to join in on workouts. Becoming successful doesn’t mean that you can slack off on putting in hard work and sweat; you should use that as motivation to stay hungry in the gym and never leave the gym without knowing that you poured out everything you had in you that day.