Preventing workout burnout is one of the biggest challenges of being consistent with a regular exercise routine. I’ve seen this happen to many of my friends and I have been guilty of it as well. It seems that you finally get into a regular fitness habit and then you just quit because you have become bored and burnt out. So what can you do to keep going?
Now although I have gotten burned out at some point with one form of exercise one thing that has kept me going is variety in my workouts. Mixing things up and trying something new. I never quit exercising completely. For instance when I’ve been really consistent with walking on my treadmill for several days. If I starting feeling like I’m getting to the point of burning out then I’ll try running. But if I’m still feeling that I really don’t want to do the exercise and even my music isn’t motivating me to keep my feet moving then I know it’s time to do something new.
For me this is popping in one of the many DVD fitness videos that I have collected over the years. When I say I’ve got a variety I mean I’ve got yoga, palates, weight training/circuit training and cardiovascular DVD’s that I can choose from. My favorites though are the workouts that combine both strength training and cardio. It’s the best of both worlds.
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