I know most people make New Years Resolutions in regards to Losing Weight, Going to the Gym, Getting Fit, and other life changing actions.
I've been a part of that group, and decided that this year, I was not going to make that same mistake. Lets be real, by the 2nd month (if that), all bets are off--and I'm back to the same foolish eating, and seated position in front of the t.v.
I've been jogging with T at the park, and it's been incredible. We found ourselves at the Cheesecake Factory this holiday (more times than we'd like to mention). To offset the start of a possible bout with laziness, we just decided to go outside and see what happens. Of course we had on our tennis shoes and work out clothes (just in case).
Because we enjoyed our time outside, we looked forward to doing it again the next day. And that we did. Three more of these days of "running around", and we built a consistent pattern of behavior that was being executed only because we enjoyed it.
Do you have an exercise regimen right now? If so, what do you enjoy about it? Is it consistent?
Consistent actions will provide results. Inconsistency will lead to no results, and impending frustrations. These feelings of frustrations usually lead to the decision to give up all efforts.