Well, if you’re feeling out of shape, there’s always practice. The more you do something, the better you get at it and the more in shape you get.
As for motivation, one of the biggest things I use in my cycling classes is disassociation. It’s kind of like a temporary mind-body separation. It’s very common in sports, especially cycling and running. You focus on something else (like picturing your family at the finish line, or yourself passing her at the finish line, or sing eye of the tiger to yourself, or as I do in cycling picture the hill you’re on, give lots of imagery cues) Then you’re focusing on the picture instead of your body (how out of shape you feel, your legs are burning, it’s getting harder to breath). I run farther and faster when I’m not thinking about running. It also helps you from losing motivation if you’re not completely focused on what causing you to lose the motivation. :)
I don’t have a twitter and my IG isn’t the same. It more personal but it does have some fitness stuff on there from time to time.
Are you the same bad news bears message I got a few days ago?? :O
Love it!! Absolutely love it!! Although I think my only complaint is that you need a medicine ball, but you can get creative with weighted things around the house if you don’t have one. :)
Do not touch your body with bad intentions. Rub your belly when it is full. Stroke your soft skin. Hug yourself, even if it’s silly, because it feels nice. Pleasure yourself. Do not touch your body with bad intentions. Do not pinch at the fat on your stomach. Do not scratch at your skin. Do not hate the shell you’re encased in.
I fucking love this.