Weekly Workout Routines

Written by Amy Hall
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The odds are in your favor that if you vary your weekly workout routines, you will not lose interest in working out consistently. As you know, if you were to eat the same meal three times per day, you would get sick of it. Well, the same goes for workout routines that contain the same exercises over and over again.

If you don't change it up a bit, you get bored, and when you get bored, you think of a million other things you could be doing in lieu of your workout. I know this to be true because I am one of those people who quit working out for months at a stretch because I get burnt out on my routine. Of course, guilt then sets in, as well as that not so pretty pouch in the front of my belly, and I start to think better of my decision to quit exercising.

My motivation to workout may be entirely conceived in vanity, but it does manage to get my rear end up and off the couch. For me, I cannot stand that extra roll I get around my mid section if I do not work out, so I make sure to vary my weekly workout routines, which keeps boredom from overcoming me. You may find that your motivation to workout is derived from the mental clarity you feel after a workout. Whatever your reasons for getting fit, varying your weekly workout routines can help you stick to your plan.

Change Your Weekly Workout Routines

If you want some fun in your fitness plan, simply try new things all the time. Learn how to rock climb, take a Pilates class, or perhaps join a running group. The only cure for exercise boredom is variety, and it is entirely up to you to make those changes.

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