Keeping Exercise Fresh is Key to Staying Dedicated. Joy describes a few ways, and reminded me of a post in which I addressed similar issues (https://joannaaislinn.wordpress.com/2010/08/19/newsflash-blog-hopping-can-result-in-inspiration/)! Check them out and let us both know how you keep it fun!
Even if it’s producing results, exercise can be boring. When you think exercise is boring it’s time for a change. Time to shake up the workouts or possibly time to get started with a fitness plan you can manage that will reap solid benefits.
Think of “boring” as a symptom of repetitive stress syndrome. Exercise bores you because your muscles are no longer responding to the actions because you do the same treadmill, the same bike, or the same yoga practice over and over again. You have created “muscle memory,” which is good, but the average person’s muscles respond better to a variety of workouts. Muscle memory is important for dancers and athletes who have to perform consistenly under stress. Games and performances are stressful and these folks rely on muscle memory to carry them through, but the same exercise routine day after day for the average person causes…
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