How to Be Consistent In Exercising

Despite knowing that physical exercise is very important for physical and mental health, it is not easy for most people to maintain a consistency in these activities. That is why we want to help you and teach you how to be constant in exercising.

Your body needs to get tired, like a battery that needs to be recharged (once in a while you have to spend it almost completely so that the recharge is better and lasts longer). In the case of the human body, by regularly tiring it, we favor the generation of healthy energy reserves, giving us a feeling of less tiredness afterwards and therefore the feeling of greater well-being will increase. In fact, as soon as this sensation is experienced, the motivation for physical exercise will increase and it will be favored to practice it more regularly. For those who are not in shape, they must remember that this is a process and that little by little they will be able to achieve new goals.


You already know what is good for you to exercise, but it may be difficult for you to make this desire a habit and a priority in your life. Consistency in the exercises is the key to making them more beneficial. We know that this is the difficult part that is why we want to help you by giving you some tips so that you can achieve it.

What do you need to be constant in exercising?

  • Healthy habits
  • Perseverance
  • Set a time for physical activity
  • Plan the activities for the week.

Instructions to be consistent in exercising

  1. It has been shown that people who exercise first thing in the morning are more consistent, so we recommend getting up early to do your exercise routine.
  2. If you are not used to exercising, start slowly, 10 minutes a day, 3 times a week. Then you can increase the time you exercise and the number of days per week.
  3. Plan your routine before starting, organize yourself well according to the type of exercises your body needs (if they are recommended by a doctor) or what you like to do the most. One way to create the habit is to plan and write down what kind of exercises you will do each day. Like when you go on a diet. If you have written down what you will eat every day it is easier.
  4. Find a partner to exercise, a friend, and a personal trainer, someone to help you force yourself to do the planned activities.
  5. Set concrete goals and track your progress. For example, if your goal is to lose weight or run 3 km, you can keep a daily record of how much you weigh or how long it takes you to run a certain distance. Progress is very motivating and motivation helps you to be constant.
  6. Accompany your routine with things that you like to enrich the process of forming the habit, for example, look for beautiful places to walk, listen to music, look for entertaining company, etc.
  7. Currently they are shown as very interesting computer tools to promote motivation in physical exercise, such as those derived from devices that measure distances traveled, exercise time, calories consumed, and that also allow these results to be published on the Internet, sharing them with friends and thus favoring a healthy lifestyle. competition to comply with the planned training program

Tips to be consistent in exercising

  • Be optimistic, think that you can not only achieve the proposed goal but also exceed it.

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