Getting out of the “ice funk.”

How to Bust Out of the “Ice Funk” by Brad Tillery 
Given all the events of late, it is very likely that you have experienced pretty significant disruption in your pattern of habits. I know I have. The great news is that you can establish a plan TODAY that will encourage you and give you some new hope.
 
Here is a step-by-step action plan for “getting your groove back” after a disruptive week…
 
👊1. Decide on your “WHY.” 
Why is exercise important to you? What will it accomplish for you? A strong “why” is the kindling to the fire of motivation! Dig deep and write this down first.
👊2. Set 3 goals each day (that you have full control over) 
A sample list of goals you have full control over would include…
—making a meal plan for the day
–go the gym
–sit your workout clothes out the night before
–drink 90 oz of water
–eat a salad for lunch every day
–setting your alarm clock to wake up early
👊3. Cut yourself some slack on expectations 
If you’ve taken any amount of time off you will need to ease back into exercise. Trying to pick things up where you left off can not only leave you feeling very discouraged…but can also expose you to injury.
Give yourself permission to simplify your first few sessions back at the gym in order to build the habit. This is one of the greatest benefits of having a performance coach/personal trainer. We will taper you back into training without exposing you to unnecessary injury and emotional setbacks.
As you can see, the plan is simple…but not always easy. The great news is that you are not alone. We’ve got your back!
Wishing you all a happy and successful day!