Here we going “again”, a new year season where the fitness rooms will be pack in the beginning of the year and dwindle down afterwards. How do you motivate yourself to workout NOT only in just the beginning of the new year, but throughout the “whole” year?

I thought of this question after a “friend” told me she needed motivation on a social network site. Also, I just came from a group fitness class called “Insanity”. Lately on facebook, they has been hashtag pics of #groupfitness . The local fitness center has been posting this to motivate and encourage each other through “group fitness”, which I totally believe. During Insanity this evening, I thought the group leader did a great job pushing us, which is one benefit of group fitness. Also, the beautiful “ladies” also pushes us guys too! 😉 What are the other ways?

13 Tips To Motivate Others And Find Success In Fitness! By Shannon Clark
Last updated: Mar 19, 2009 bodybuilding.com
“With all the New Year’s Resolutions that will be made over the next little while, motivation is something that’s likely to be at an all-time high. Here are 13 tips to help you get there and keep going!

Article Summary:
Set a good example in the gym by always using correct form.
Invite others to join you at the gym to boost their motivation.
Take the time to be a mentor and answer any questions they have.

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13 Tips On How To Motivate Others…”

Sal: In fact, I did “try” to invite a buddy of mine to workout, but in the weight room today (Tuesday, December 30th 2015). Since he didn’t respond, I decided to just participate in the group fitness earlier this afternoon since I haven’t been to Insanity in months. It was definitely “insane”!

3 Reasons It’s Better to Work Out With a Group active.com
“It seems like almost everyone is getting involved in group exercise today. On any given day in a warehouse, in a park or at the gym you can find people exercising together. There’s everything from Running Clubs, Active X, and Roller Striders to Boot Camp classes. So why exactly are so many people jumping the ‘lone wolf’ ship to work out with others in a group setting? What is the big attraction?..”

Sal: I’ve invited friends to workout or just have a group sports activity (e.g. soccer). It’s a great way to catch-up and socialize with friends too. Just gotta have fun!

Motivation | Team Beastmode Group Fitness | Fitness Factory Louisville KY


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WORKOUT MOTIVATION – High Intensity Group Fitness, from youtube.com
“…Just some group workout footage from 2015. Enjoy the video!..”
Get Motivated with Group Fitness
Fitness
by Daily Burn on 1/13/2014 dailyburn.com
“…Sometimes we just want to turn off our brains and have someone tell us what to do when we go to the gym. Enter group fitness, classes where you sweat it out with guidance from experienced trainers. Need some extra oomph to keep you going? Feed off the energy of the instructor and the camaraderie of the people sweating right alongside you. But, there are also some drawbacks, like not finding a class that works with your schedule or not getting the personal attention you need. Tune in below to hear DailyBurn trainer Anja Garcia discuss the pros and cons of group fitness. Since she leads classes online and in real life, she knows the best ways to maximize your workout depending on your personality and goals…”

Any other personal motivation tips, stories, or any feedback on any of the content above or suggestions of any others that’s missing?…

Group Fitness
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