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  • Writer's pictureCoach Moe

Keep your Eyes on the Prize; Focus on Your Goals

The assumption is that fit people really love working out. For the most part that is true. But I must admit that I have personally had some days when I just didn’t feel like training. I don’t know if there is truly anyone that always loves the work they do, whether its exercise, performing duties as a lawyer or even a teacher.

Even though I try to keep my workouts fresh by changing up the routines, sometimes the excitement just is not there. Most people that know me would be surprised to hear that. But it’s the truth. So how do people continue to train even though they don’t feel like it?

they learn to look beyond the current moment. They set their eyes on their goals instead. Maybe you have heard the saying “Keep your eyes on the prize.” That’s how you continue pushing through even though you don’t feel like it.

Make sure that your goal is important enough to entice you to stay on the path in its pursuit. When things get rough or just plain old boring you can focus on the reason that got you started in the first place. I’m not saying that your training should be boring, but I am saying that boring is not an excuse for quitting.

Here’s a few ways to fight workout boredom.

1. Create personal challenges every now and then.

2. Invite a friend to train with you.

3. Change your training focus, instead of worrying about weight loss try to increase your strength for example.

Training should be fun, challenging and exciting. 9 times out of 10 I cant wait to get my workout in, but on that 10th time I have to do it because of the results I am looking for. I hope this help you. If you have any fitness questions or just need an extra push feel free to email me at

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