Ten ways to stick to a workout

To stoke the fires, top trainers reveal their never quit, get-fit-quick tricks.

You have the right to remain fat. Or skinny. Or weak. But you should know that every work-out you miss can and will be used against you to make your belly bigger, your muscles smaller, and weaker and your life shorter. Unfortunately, most people are exercising their right not to exercise.

At the root of this problem is motivation - or the lack thereof.

It's the difference between wanting to exercise and actually doing it, which is why the advice you're about to read is priceless.

Jan 4, 2013

Ten ways to stick to a workout

Fading motivation is the enemy of every great weight-loss plan. Here's how to stick to your new fitness goals

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  1. Barry04:52pm Monday 12th August 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Here we go again. Weather forecasters have been predicting gale force winds from Ulladulla to Newcastle and still there are idiots who go out to sea on sailboards canoes dinghies and expect emergency services to be there at there beckon call. Come on sportsmen use some logic in the upstairs locker.

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  2. Barry07:20am Monday 14th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    I have reached 67 and still walk and cycle most days now. If I hear 'You shouldn't be doing that at your age ' once more I'll do the lolly.

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  3. The Observer12:17pm Sunday 06th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Don't allow other, UN-motivated people, in your Gym, stop you from your workout, many people use the gym as a social club, they just stand around talking, and texting on their mobiles, if you know these people, they will stop you from achieving your goals, go to the gym, when you know these De-motivators will NOT be there.

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  4. Glib02:41pm Friday 04th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    You either have self-discipline, or you don't. There are no tricks.

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