Like e-Slimmer on Facebook
Follow us on Instagram

Workout of the Month

Are you struggling to find an exercise routine that you enjoy?

You've tried a few, but they don't excite you. They don't make you want to go out in the cold and rain.

Cuddling up on the settee in front of the telly is much more appealing.

I get it.

I still struggle on occasions.

It's warm and cosy inside. Cold, raining and blowing a gale outside. Who would want to go out in that?

But then I remember how much I get out of the exercise I do. How it makes me smile and how I feel afterwards.

If you're not feeling that joy, it will be difficult to drag yourself out of the door.

It doesn't mean you're a failure. It doesn't mean you're not dedicate enough.

It just means you're human.

We are hard wired to stay away from situations that cause us discomfort. It's how we've survived.

But you know you have to exercise. You know you have to do the work to get the result you dream of. And living in Britain you're not going to get around the weather.

So how do you overcome your case of 'need the warm snugglies'?

First step ... find something you enjoy doing.

If you're going out to do something that makes you smile, makes you laugh, it is much easier to brace the dark, cold wet nights.

If you're struggling to find something you enjoy, Workout of the Month is the right place to be.

I'll give you lots of workout ideas to try, exercises to enjoy and ways you can adapt them to keep them interesting.

If there's anything specific you want featured, let me know in the comments below.

 

Sign up for our Newsletter

Do you want to be the first to about the new Workout of the Month?

How about getting tasty recipes and little challenges straight to your inbox?

Then sign up for our monthly Newsletter.

Let's Find your Workout ...

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

You Are Here:   › Workout of the month


New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Sign up to our Newsletter

Social e-Slimmer