Posted by journeysinward | Posted in Hypnotherapy, Personal Growth Hypnotherapy | Posted on 19-11-2011-05-2008
See an imaginary finish line. By running to this certain landmark (a mile marker or 10 more houses, etc.) you can really motivate yourself to keep going. Then after you reach that landmark, set another goal. This will help you to break your runs into shorter segments and tricks your mind into thinking you are going to quit at the next landmark. Tell yourself just one more mile post or one more shadow in the road what ever you see in front of you that will keep you going.
Do something that you love and do it with a partner
Whether it is riding a bike or hiking up a mountain, if it is something you love, it doesn’t feel like work. Do it with a friend and it doubles the pleasure and fun of it. It will distract you when it gets painful where as without a friend there you might turn around and go home. Pretend you are training for a marathon and challenge each other. Make it fun!
Plan to meet 3 times a week or whatever your schedule permits.
Listen to music while you exercise
Put on your i-pod and your jogging outfit and away you go. Just putting on the outfit can really get you motivated. Once you have your bike shorts or hiking shoes on you are not likely to then sit down and watch T.V. Music is another motivator, listen to some upbeat music that will get you going while you put your outfit on, then once you are out the door put on your headphones and feel how much easier it is to jog or do the treadmill to songs you love. Anchor the feelings of an exhilarating workout to a particular song.
Listen to “Motivational Workout” self hypnosis MP3’s or CD’s
Make your life easy, listen to them as you are turning off the light at night and fall asleep to it. You will wake up in the morning refreshed and feel like exercising without even having to talk yourself into it.
- Journeys Inward Hypnotherapy – Self Hypnosis MP3s
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