16 Jun

                          This coronavirus situation is no joke. On top of threatening people’s livelihoods and health, it has also made working out that much more challenging. Gyms are closed and even if they weren’t, it would be very unsafe for you to go anyway. Home workouts are the best solution for the meantime. But how do you stay motivated and make sure you’re getting enough stimulus to reach your goals? We’ll share a few tips that have worked for us and many of our clients.

1. Have a plan

Ideally, you would have had one even before lockdowns were put in place. If you do, then that’s great, but you might need to alter it slightly given he different circumstances we’re in. In any case, having a workout plan means that you’d have set targets for yourself that can help you stay on the right track. You can’t approach fitness just by winging it and hoping for the best, as sustained progress and effectively tracking it are both keys on your road to success.

2. Educate yourself

There is an abundance of fitness resources available to you on the Internet. Some of which are incredibly insightful, and a little research will go a long way towards giving yourself the right tools to take control. Make sure you find a reputable source of information that you can rely on. Look for workout guides and programs that you can try. These will help you stay motivated by avoiding the same old routines that can get boring and actually impede progress.

3. Develop a routine

Speaking of routine, a certain degree of structure is ideal. Set a specific time of day for your daily workout, and stick to it for as long as you can. You’ll find that this will become a habit over time, allowing your workouts to naturally find their own place in your schedule. The exact time doesn’t necessarily matter. Morning, afternoon, and evening workouts can all be effective. The point is to find a schedule that works for you so that you can continue it for the long run.

4. Take care of your other needs

A good fitness plan will extend well past your workouts. It has to include other important aspects of your life such as your sleeping habits and diet. You need to give these things enough attention so that your workouts are producing positive results. By ensuring these other elements are addressed, you’ll experience more meaningful progress and achieve a healthy balance in your lifestyle. The goal is to prime your body and mind in such a way that your efforts aren’t wasted.

5. Get others involved

If you’re the type of person who thrives off the energy of others, then working out with other people can be an excellent motivator. You’ll be able to keep each other in check, share tips and advice, and track your gains together. It becomes a win-win for everyone involved, as you’ll have a support system to help you stay on the path, and everyone around you will be in a better position to help you as they’ll be fitter themselves.


Follow these tips so that you can remain strong and fit, especially in light of this pandemic. Remember: staying healthy is a responsibility you have to yourself, and to everyone else around you as well. We’re a 24/7 gym in New South Wales, and we offer online training programming to everyone regardless of location. Send us a message now!                         

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