There’s nothing wrong with taking baby steps and accomplishing a few small goals before moving on to bigger goals A few small wins can help you motivate yourself are to focus on daily consistency
If you pick an activity that you actually want to do, you will start to look forward to that activity and be more likely to stick with it and keep a positive attitude about working out.
Half of the battle of getting into the habit of a daily exercise is showing up. Once you’re dressed in your workout clothes and you are out of the door, tell yourself there’s no turning back and commit to showing up.
Setting specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound goals will make establishing the workout habit easier.
Your workout should be a priority. Add your workout to your daily to-do list. It should be just as important as eating meals, going to work or drinking water.
Set aside a budget for your workout clothes, cute leggings, etc. Remember that you’re investing in yourself, and your health is important.
It’s important to give yourself a day off so your body can rest and come back stronger for the next workout. You can stay consistent by doing forms of less strenuous physical exercise like yoga, swimming or stretching.
I hope you develop some excellent workout habits and take care of yourself!