If you are always looking for the perfect time to recover your exercise routine and finally get in shape, let me tell you that there is no such moment .

Now is the autumn, yesterday the summer and the holidays, tomorrow the cold and the blanket.

It’s not about having time. It’s about making time.

2 basic keys to get in shape despite being already in the middle of Autumn:

  1. Have discipline
  2. Set clear, well-marked goals that are real and achievable.

If you want to go back or start, start small. That means that if in one week of our wonderful homework schedule there was not yet that hour for your daily training, start moving 1 or 2 days and you will see how little by little you will add days to your training.

You have to bear in mind that if the desire to get fit is not born by them alone, you have to schedule that mument of an hour or half an hour a day (because everything counts) and above all be constant.

Many times what happens to us is the lack of organization, stopping that moment before starting the week and ordering yourself in your day to day is essential.

Something very curious and important: We have in our mind, the thought or memory of the training as an exhausting day, of effort.

How do we get away from that limiting belief?

We need to train and then motivate ourselves. These concepts must be changed. Motivation comes and goes. If you manage to get up and train that day when you were completely lazy, you will remember the next few times because that same day you managed to get up and train and the sensations were great, you will associate it with satisfaction.

If, on the contrary, we hope to be motivated to go to train, which will be great too and you will have done it phenomenal, here what we will do is relate that point of motivation peak to go to train, and therefore you will perhaps hope to feel that way again.

I encourage you to start changing the order:


You will have overcome that psychological barrier and a little step will make the habit stronger.

Trust that things get done😉 you just have to make up your mind.

Angela Avilés, Personal Trainer and Content Contributor for Muments.

Angela is the mother of a 6-year-old little girl and a personal trainer for 10 years, she seeks to help more Mums to get stronger in every way.

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