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    Hey everyone.
    Wondering if anyone has been or is in the same boat I was.

    I was a gym/fitness addict for about 10 years , train everyday and time I could. I said I would never stop doing it.
    Anyway in 2017 just happened to fall out of love for it, it felt like a chor and just got bored what ever sort of training I did.
    Anyway this year I've found some motivation and am 9 weeks in constantly training was going well but sessions are starting to drop and losing movation again.
    Anyway wondering who's been in same situation and what helped you
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    ^^ What do you mean by "constantly training"?? How hard and/or for how long has each workout been these past 9 weeks? Did you start off too "tough" on yourself? Are you eating enough to support any "hardcore" training? WHY ARE you training again (what are your short-term goals?)? I'm assuming your training style is different this time around.....?? These are just a few questions to think about.
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    I don’t know man, long term you have to figure out your why... but for short term just listen to motivational speeches that are over instrumental orchestra music... Like fearless motivation and motiversity, listen to it in headphones and not over speakers, it hits so much more that way.
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    Glad you're back. Hopefully you're here to stay. Never been in your position before. Lifting is a lifestyle for me and I've never fallen out of love with it.

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    I used to be intense and dedicated. I’m 47 and the times I lifted got further and further apart. 2 brains surgeries later I wonder if I can grab myself from the proverbial bootstraps. Perhaps I need a different “why”. Do what you can because it is hard to get the ball rolling again

    Originally Posted by rowland18 View Post
    Hey everyone.
    Wondering if anyone has been or is in the same boat I was.

    I was a gym/fitness addict for about 10 years , train everyday and time I could. I said I would never stop doing it.
    Anyway in 2017 just happened to fall out of love for it, it felt like a chor and just got bored what ever sort of training I did.
    Anyway this year I've found some motivation and am 9 weeks in constantly training was going well but sessions are starting to drop and losing movation again.
    Anyway wondering who's been in same situation and what helped you
    Reply With Quote

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