Your personal background.
Consider how much money you’ve already spent. In addition to the contract you've signed, consider how much money you’ve spent in equipment, private training sessions, or clothing. The cash outlay along may motivate you to leave the couch and get to the gym.

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Shoes, equipment and clothing. If 6 weidera opinie you didn't own the right workout apparel or shoes, you most likely purchased expensive gear in order to make your visit to the gym more effective. Cross trainers or running shoes can run up to $200 a pair-might as well give them a workout. Also, purchasing expensive boxing gloves or joint braces can also add up.
Personal training sessions. In some cases when you sign up for a gym membership, the sales person may have slyly cross-sold you a few sessions with a personal trainer, especially if you were feeling motivated at the time. You’ve paid for time with a personal trainer, so put your money to good use.
Childcare or babysitting services. While some gyms offer free childcare you may have already either paid for childcare services at your gym or shelled out dough for daycare.
Tally up the total amount for a little "shock and awe". If trying to squeeze into your pair of jeans doesn’t motivate you, perhaps the money you've already spent will.
Be realistic about how often you can go to the gym. At first, you probably told yourself you will be there at 5 am, seven days a week. Unless you are training for the Olympic games, a seven day schedule out of the gate will not only exhaust you, but possibly put you in the position to become injured.
Size up your schedule and figure out how you will accommodate at least three to five days per week. Starting any routine is difficult, but if you paid for that membership, you will need to see at least where you can fit it in. Some gyms are open 24 hours a day, making your excuse not to go a little more difficult.
Start slow and work your way up to more days. If you bombard your body with an intense schedule, you’ll most likely be sore and annoyed by week two. If you haven’t been working out, ease into it by scheduling only two days at first and then add a third after a few weeks. Once you see how good you feel, eventually you’ll be inspired to go for all five (or even six) days each week.
If you miss a day or fall off the wagon one week, don’t give up. As with dieting, some people who eat an entire cheesecake in one sitting feel like its "game over" and that he/she might as well just give up now. If you are sick, busy, or simply blow off the gym one week, resolve to start fresh the next week or day, and forge ahead.
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