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5 Reasons Why I’ve Learned to Love My Workout

When people say that working out can be hard I know how how hard it can be. Sometimes just finding the time to get in a workout if difficult and more often than not it’s easy to just skip one or two, which then turns into six and then ten. It’s that easy to get off track but one thing I have learned is that my workout is my most enjoyable part of my day. Although this year my goals to lift weights and to really work on my stregnth have been the most difficult thing I have ever done. These workouts are also the most fulfilling and surprisingly I’m dying but it’s the most enjoyable part of my day. So here’s to 2017 and not hating your workout!  

5 Reasons Why I’ve Learned to Love My Workout

  1. I’ve found something that I love to do. In between heavy weight lifting days I get to dance in zumba. Find a teacher that motivates you and you’ll love zumba. Literally dancing makes me excited for my week to start!
  2. Strength in knowing that nothing in my day will be harder than my workout so I give it my all.
  3. Setting goals. My goal for this year was to learn to lift weights so I got a personal trainer and have set out on that path.
  4. Alone time!!! Probably the best thing about spending time at the gym is that there’s no toddlers there asking for a snack.
  5. The music. Take the time to develop your favorite playlist and jam out. Who can have a bad day after that?




  1. Sarah L on January 28, 2017 at 11:47 pm

    For me the secret was finding something I love to do. I swim 3 times a week and love it.

  2. Julie Wood on January 20, 2017 at 7:08 am

    The music is so important to me when working out. It really helps me keep going! I like your tips. THanks for sharing.

  3. heather on January 16, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    I loved reading this post and it gave me some motivation to work out more this year. I like the alone time and the music at the gym. Thanks for sharing this one.

  4. Rosie on January 6, 2017 at 8:16 am

    It is good esp if you can afford to go somewhere, not just at home. Also glad you have the personal trainer for the weight lifting. I tore my rotator cuff lifting weights at home, I found out how easy it is to do that.

  5. Janet W. on January 5, 2017 at 4:10 am

    That is a good point that working out is definitely a form of alone time! And it’s healthy alone time!