There's no shortage of fitness and health information at your fingertips right now.
Anything you can think of from exercise knowledge and workout ideas to nutrition can be looked up and used.
Even on my FB / Insta / Website there's loads of practical information.
But sometimes the problem you have is putting that knowledge into action.
Taking that first step.
And then continuing to take those steps forward.
That's where having an accountability partner can really help to get you started and keep you moving in the right direction.
It doesn't have to be difficult to find a partner or a group and work together. It could be:
- people from work
- family & friends
- your partner
- from a club / group you belong to
- Hiring a personal trainer
- From the gym or fitness class
You can ask them directly or put a post up on your personal FB, IG, etc
I belong to a few fitness groups where I've seen people post for accountability partners and had plenty of responses
If you want to go it alone, make yourself a tracking spreadsheet and keep it visible as a reminder. Then work on taking ownership of it and keeping yourself accountable.
Lots of possible ideas to consider and it might make the difference between you sitting there only reading about exercises & workouts and actually getting up and doing them.
This is my, mostly, Personal Trainer musings and information which I hope you'll find helpful!