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    Staying Motivated When Exhausted From Full Time Job

    Hello,

    I'm pretty new to this forum. I've lurked for a while but just recently created an account. I've been trying to get more into health and fitness since I know that I need a lifestyle change. I work at an office for 8 hrs every day and I think it's starting to have its toll on me. You would think that sitting at a desk all day would make me want to move around and exercise when I get off work, but it seems to have the opposite effect. I just feel drained and sluggish. I want to work out when I'm off work, but I just always seem to want to enjoy my time off the clock.

    How do you guys stay motivated to work out when you come home after being at work all day?
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    Step 1: Working out is fun, so it is "enjoying your time off". I would love to be able to excercise on the days I take off to reacover nd grow.

    Step 2: If you don't have the energy or discipline to workout after work, get up early when your fresh and workout before work.

    If you can't do either...well, nobody can do this but you.

    Good luck.
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    Originally Posted by grubman View Post
    Step 1: Working out is fun, so it is "enjoying your time off". I would love to be able to excercise on the days I take off to reacover nd grow.

    Step 2: If you don't have the energy or discipline to workout after work, get up early when your fresh and workout before work.

    If you can't do either...well, nobody can do this but you.

    Good luck.
    I'll second the early workout suggestion. I honestly don't notice a difference between how tired I am after work when I workout in the morning vs when I don't. Soreness sure, but I'm more then ok with that. It means you have to get up earlier, but the benefits for me have gone beyond my workouts. The whole routine builds a ton of momentum for the day and I feel like I'm a few strides ahead of everyone when I get into work.
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    You realize that MOST people, including those who are fit, have full time jobs?

    Like the man said, if you don't want to do it nobody can make you.

    I find that working out early helps, but ultimately you have to decide each day to be fit... or not.
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    eat

    just eat the pre workout meal and you'll be motivated
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    Somebody told me before to work smart and not hard on my day job so I won't lose any interest with the things I do outside of work. Any job out there is physically and mentally draining but a proper mindset can help lessen those burden.
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    you have to take an hour nap
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    I feel you on being drained. I work merchandising at Costco (stocking) from 3am to 12pm 5 days a week and it takes a toll. I go to school 6 hours a day the other two days a week. What drives me regardless of my energy levels is knowing that if I stick to a plan I will get results. I train everyday after work at 1pm and on school days early in the morning or rest. If you have the will, you will find a way.
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    I think it's quite common to struggle starting to work out. People are lazy. When I had an injury, I wanted to go so badly, but once I was good to go again I had to force myself. After 1 week I was again fully motivated. Just get started, once your'e into it and it's a routine you will love it.
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    Originally Posted by BarneyBunch View Post
    Hello,

    How do you guys stay motivated to work out when you come home after being at work all day?
    i try not to eat too much carbs, more on good greens and nice tasting food. it helps me less exhausted by the time i am home.
    then do something light stuff for only 30 minutes. on days when i am truly exhausted, i do only 10 minutes.
    as long as i do at least 10 minutes, i reward myself to go rest.
    no tv though.
    just chilling
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    Work out before hand, man. Wake up earlier and get the gym in before you go to work. The first 3-4 hours of your day are always the most productive, so you want them for yourself (not for your boss).
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    When you come home from work at 10 o’clock all the dead, while you sing and do household chores, it’s already 12 o’clock and you understand that all you want now is just to go to bed. But if you do so, then you will not have abs in cubes, because abs grows from training, and not from lying on the bed! It took us more than one month to realize this, to begin to force ourselves, no matter what state we were in, anyway to go and train. Yes, in the beginning we even had persistent disgust, but the more days passed, the more we liked to train. We no longer paid attention to how tired we were, because from the first repetitions we were charged with energy and drive and we wanted to finish the training! So we trained the press, it took me about 5-15 minutes, so we don’t know whether this approach will work for a full hour of training, but we know that if you don’t train, then you will definitely not have results !
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    Originally Posted by nogibjjgear00 View Post
    It is a bit hard to workout after spending all day at work so i usually get up early in the morning to go to gym.
    OP hasn’t posted in 2 years...his week of lifting has been over for a long time.
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    Doing things that are “hard” or uncomfortable (like working out when your tired) builds character. You’ll be more resilient. Phuck motivation, aquire discipline. It can be trained just like a muscle. It will improve many aspects of your life.
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    I think getting on a regular workout routine and sticking to it will actually help you not feel drained. At least that's the way it works for me. I leave the office at 3:30 and drive straight to the gym. I only go three days a week so it doesn't feel like it's all consuming. Although, I do look forward to my next workout throughout the day.
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    Originally Posted by bemegc View Post
    It boils down to one single thing: how bad do you want it?
    Exactly. I think once people get into the routine and start seeing results, that's what kicks it into overdrive for people. It's tough when you are not sticking to it (and not surprisingly) not seeing results to want to continue forward.
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    8 hours? At an office job? And you're having issues finding the motivation and will power to go to the gym and exercise?

    Try loading hazardous chemicals for 12-16 hours a day, sometimes extending up to a 17 hour shift. Then imagine after all that, to go to the gym. And then find the time to rest and do it all again the next day.
    It may not be that you're having issues finding the will power, but more that you don't want it enough.

    I recently went to get fit tested for oxygen supplied respirator use, and they told me I weighed in at 325lbs. I am 6'2". No reason for me to be that heavy. In two months time, I've gotten down to 289lbs and some change.
    I wanted to lose the weight and feel better.

    Gotta find your "why."
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    Originally Posted by BarneyBunch View Post
    Hello,

    I'm pretty new to this forum. I've lurked for a while but just recently created an account. I've been trying to get more into health and fitness since I know that I need a lifestyle change. I work at an office for 8 hrs every day and I think it's starting to have its toll on me. You would think that sitting at a desk all day would make me want to move around and exercise when I get off work, but it seems to have the opposite effect. I just feel drained and sluggish. I want to work out when I'm off work, but I just always seem to want to enjoy my time off the clock.

    How do you guys stay motivated to work out when you come home after being at work all day?
    Same boat, same issue. I have a mantra which is 'when you least feel like working out, it's probably the time when you most need to'. And i have literally never, ever regretted it.

    I find the trick is just getting yourself there, no matter how you feel. Just arrive and get started. Once you're a couple of sets in, the blood starts flowing and you have far more energy than when you finished work. Getting moving and lifting heavy chit brings me fully out of my work slump within about 5 minutes and it's all good from there. There is also the added benefit that i feel i can properly relax in the evening, knowing i've done something worthwhile.

    So i guess my point is just drag yourself there and get started. I promise your lack of energy won't last long and you'll feel 100 times better afterwards, getting you set up for the evening ahead.

    Otherwise you work yourself into a slump, go home and continue to slump, staying exhausted and depressed. Rinse and repeat with it getting worse all the time
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    Originally Posted by BarneyBunch View Post
    Hello,

    I'm pretty new to this forum. I've lurked for a while but just recently created an account. I've been trying to get more into health and fitness since I know that I need a lifestyle change. I work at an office for 8 hrs every day and I think it's starting to have its toll on me. You would think that sitting at a desk all day would make me want to move around and exercise when I get off work, but it seems to have the opposite effect. I just feel drained and sluggish. I want to work out when I'm off work, but I just always seem to want to enjoy my time off the clock.

    How do you guys stay motivated to work out when you come home after being at work all day?
    i'm a nurse and work 13 hour shifts, out of the house 15 hours a day 3-4 days a week. days off equal workout days. been at it six months and its now habit, if I don't do it I know about it, I crave it, I love it. I think you really have to enjoy the process. There have been ups and downs, weeks where I gain muscle, weeks when I don't, but like an insane man, I keep smashing my head against that wall hoping that more gains will come, if only I just do one more workout, eat one more meal, something will happen. Here's the thing -do something, and something will happen. every action has a reaction. you can choose to "enjoy your time off the clock" or you can make exercising your "time off the clock". change your perspective, this isn't a punishment, being able to push yourself, and move the weight is a privilege that not everyone has.

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    If I were in your shoes, I'd wake up earlier than usual, eat a heavy breakfast, and be at the gym in an hour or so. Perhaps working out in the morning before you report for work is the best option for you. You'd think you'd be too pooped to work for the next eight hours. However, working out gives you that refreshed and rejuvenated feeling: it should help get your day off to a great start!
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