1.Try not to burn the candle at both ends
Many people think that part of living a hard-working routine life, is that you can NEVER rest, sleep is for the weak, less snoozing more boozing, etc. But we can literally guarantee that if you got up at 6am, did your morning routines, completed your day at work, then came home and partied with your friends until past midnight, you probably won’t feel great the next day and that is where the motivation problems lie.
2.Find a motivated friend
The greatest thing about humanity is the fact that most friendships are very diverse, and no two people are that alike, which is why if you’re a person who becomes de-motivated easily, perhaps having a friend who finds motivation out of nowhere is key and I can guarantee you have one in your tight-knit circle somewhere. These people can seem like hard-work at times because they are always wanting to do something and they often act on impulse, which is exactly what you need when you find yourself questioning “Can I be bothered?”
3.Strike-up friendly competitionGot friends who go to the gym, or want to start going to the gym but you’re all lacking a bit of get up and go? Try making a friendly competition out of it. For example, if you do 60 reps on bicep curls, see if your friend can do 61. You know that kind of childish fun that just goes down well between you all.
Whilst we are here still, you know what gives you a bit more capability and motivation? Protein! Protein is what makes you feel stronger and more full of beans when you’re doing a work out and keeps the majority moderate aches and pains down to background level whilst you get on with your workout. But what about those people who dislike the taste or texture of protein shakes? Well we actually have protein bars which are flavoured in white chocolate cookie dough and 2 more delicious flavours YUM! They are also low-sugar, so you can comfortably put them away and not compromise your diet! Check out our Trust Crunch bars here