3 Reasons You May Be Having Trouble Getting Into a Workout Routine
♀️You don’t like the exercise you chose.
People often think that exercise has to be something that doesn’t feel good or fun to do. This isn’t true! If you are hating every minute of working out – you have not found the right exercise for you! Keep trying different things until you find something you don’t hate…and maybe you could start to like it!
🥵You aren’t ok with being uncomfortable.
There is a difference between pain and discomfort. While working out should not be completely painful, it shouldn’t be completely comfortable – that is not the point. The point is to add a little stress to your body to make it work a little harder to get you stronger or leaner. Get ok with the idea of being a little uncomfortable and your attitude toward exercise may change!
You didn’t commit to making it a habit with a solid plan
If you are really interested in making a routine for yourself – it’s time to go at it with a solid plan. Think about it – you make a plan for anything you really care about and exercise is no different. You need a plan!
Colleen is the Fitness Director at The Wembley Club. Having been in fitness for over 19 years her passion is to help individuals find a love for fitness and their bodies and benefits beyond the physical aspect of working out. She loves music, new workouts, and pushing people to their own personal limits- whatever they may be that day. Cycling, Bootcamp, Strength Classes, HIIT, Boxing, you name it, she loves to teach it!
Colleen has a degree from John Carroll University in Physical Education with a concentration in Fitness Specialist. She developed the Group Fitness Program at John Carroll, providing a stress outlet and community for college students and faculty. Her passion did not stop at college, she continued on to instruct classes, personal train, coach youth sports teams, and challenge herself with friends in marathons and 1/2 marathons.
As a busy mother of four and wife she recognizes the importance of self-love and self-care starting with fitness and health. She believes that everyone has time to make in their day for themselves in order to be great for others…let fitness be a part of your day and week at The Wembley Club.