Self-Hypnosis to Convince You to Visit the Gym
Are you looking for ways on how to improve your personal fitness or something to encourage you to complete your gym session? Perhaps, you are currently looking for ways on how to turn around your unhealthy situation and be fit; unfortunately, it is too difficult for you to find motivation especially when it is about personal fitness and exercise.
You probably told someone that you really want to go to a nearby gym, but there are just so many things that you need to finish. The truth is you are not alone in this situation. Lots of people are struggling in sticking with their exercise routine. Hypnotherapy will improve your focus and help you in attaining your goal.
Personal Fitness Hypnotherapy
If you recently signed-up for an expensive membership on your local gym and you found yourself having too many excuses that prevent you from going to the gym or in case your pet dog uses your yoga mat more frequently compared to you, it is time for you to try self-hypnosis.
Having the right amount of motivation is necessary part of your personal fitness plan. In order to accomplish this, you can instruct your subconscious mind to improve your level of enthusiasm on fitness. Through a hypnotic session, you will be able to instill positive ‘can-do’ attitude to keep you more engaged with your exercise and gym sessions.
Hypnotherapy can give you that extra boost that you need to be fit. It is a fact that most of us want to be healthier, we just have to tell our subconscious mind to deal with it. Looking for reasons and excuses not to complete your exercise is quite easy. There are virtually endless of excuses that you can create to skip your exercise. When you download a self-hypnosis audio, excuses will not necessarily be eliminated, but your enthusiasm towards personal fitness will increase.
Self-hypnosis designed for personal fitness can help various types of people; from the average individual to a professional athlete. Aside from the positive behaviors that hypnotherapy will inject to you through suggestive recurrence, it can also help you realize that any goals that you set can be achieved. This will help you to stick with your exercise routine knowing that your goal can be attained through your persistence and dedication.
Some of the benefits that hypnosis can provide to you in terms of personal fitness include the proper visualization of your success, control over your emotions, overcome any mental block, enhance your concentration, build confidence and self-esteem, motivate you on your training, enhance your performance and eliminate your anxieties.
Hypnotherapy is not just limited on personal-fitness and related issues which may affect your performance and the end result. Other psychological condition and emotional issues that can lead to insomnia, phobia, and stress will also be corrected. In case you are truly determined and dedicated to improve your personal fitness, download our self-hypnosis program which can help you get rid of negativity and reinforce your positive beliefs and behaviors.
Why You Should Visit a Gym More Often
In the modern age, we have a plethora of effective workouts, exercise equipment, and skilled trainers. We have ab trainers, free weights, kettlebells, resistance bands, weight machines, treadmills, bikes, rowing and elliptical machines.
We have fitness watches, gadgets, pedometers and countless fitness apps.
We have gyms, exercise classes, DVDs, personal trainers, a huge sector of the Internet devoted to workout demonstrations and many books that offer extensive fitness education.
But, yet, according to the Centers For Disease Control, obesity rates in the United States alone are at epidemic levels, with 1/3 (34.9% or 78.6 million) of adults being overweight or obese.
There are more people with obesity related Type 2 Diabetes than ever before.
More people are dying of heart and other diseases as a result of lifestyle habits, such as, diet and exercise than ever before.
According to the American Heart Association, 32% of adults do not engage in physical activity, which, they define as light, moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 10 minutes per day.
Why Is This So?
The simple reasons is that they don’t want to!
A sensible explanation is that most people do not have the proper mindset that it takes to maintain an active lifestyle that results in fitness and good health.
Do you remember a time when you wanted something really bad and nothing stopped you until you achieved that goal?
The old saying, “where there is a will, there is a way” is very real!
Everything we do is dictated by our minds. We have incredible power to make amazing things happen, and this includes becoming fit, trim and lean individuals.
Set your mind, and the body will follow!
The Problem is Mindset
The root problem for many people who spend their lives procrastinating and making excuses as to why they don’t exercise is that they lack the proper mindset towards it.
Typically the excuses to not workout go like this…
“I don’t have time”
“I am too busy”
“I can’t afford a gym”
But, all of these are just excuses. They really are.
The truth is that people who don’t exercise don’t want to. It’s really that simple.
The truth is that everyone can find time to exercise, and you don’t need a gym to workout. And, if we are to be honest with ourselves, we always find time to do the things we really want to do.
This is one of the reasons for the huge success of the diet industry that comes out with a new fad diet, or some new “magical” weight loss supplement every other month and people jump on it like it’s a drink from the fountain of youth. It is the hope and promise of a quick and easy fix.
The reality is that achieving health, fitness and a great body takes time, effort and dedication through a sensible diet and regular exercise.
BUT YOU HAVE TO WANT IT. YOU HAVE TO BE MOTIVATED TO DO IT.
That is reality.
THERE IS NO MAGIC PILL AND NO MAGIC DIETS!
But, people are attracted to the notion because it sounds fast and easy, and much easier than exercise, which, they don’t want to do.
In order to get fit, one must want to get fit and that begins with changing the mindset.
It is really a simple as that.
Every year people make resolutions for things they want to achieve or change in the new year. According to Statistic Brain, for the last three years in a row the #1 resolution made was to lose weight. Most of these are empty promises that will not come to fruition, because most people don’t really mean them, they are just robotic statements we make because “that is what you are supposed to do at the new year.”
Real behavioral changes begin with the proper mindset.
Attitude and Perception Toward Exercise
Why is it that some people can’t wait to hit the gym, the treadmill or the weight bench, while, others look for any excuse to get out of it?
Sometimes the differences can stem from different attitudes and perceptions that people have towards fitness.
Some of these perceptions are set in childhood where parents are not active and most of a child’s leisure time is spent in front of the TV or playing video games.
Athletes have spent most of their lives, starting as young as 8 or 9 years old in training and so fitness has always been a part of their daily lives.
Some people may have had bad experiences with workouts where they experienced muscle pain the next day and it really turned them off. Understandable, but, still not a good excuse because the pain is very temporary and does go away.
In order to change our mindset towards fitness we must change how we perceive it and our attitude towards it.
For any real change to take effect we must instill real habit changes that go with a new mindset that will allow regular exercise to become a part of our daily lives.
HabitsThe simplest definition of habit is a thought or activity that is repeated over and over again.
The mind is, by nature, habitual. There is an inbred habit forming process in all of us that is part of our wiring, and it is there in large part to help humans with one of the most important aspects of survival, which, is learning.
Habits are also integral in bringing us towards something we perceive as positive or pleasurable or to take us away from something that is negative and brings pain.
Changing habits is integral to changing one’s mindset and vice versa. So once you set your mind to change habits, and take actions steps to change the mindset, new habits can be formed.
Have you ever quit or started doing something and it is so solidified in your mind and your life, that the mere thought of doing it or not doing it again is an impossibility? That is a habit that has become ingrained and so behavior follows.
Athletes spend their whole lives in training, for them exercise is a regular habit and one they don’t even think about, it’s just a part of daily life.
Those who kick the sugar habit never touch soda. It never even occurs to them to order it, or buy it. They replace soda with other drinks and they never question it, or yearn for it because they have changed their taste so much that even one sip of that sugary drink is a huge turn off. This is a great example of a change in habits and mindset.