Discover Proven Strategies to Finally Get in Shape and Exercise on a Regular Basis for the Rest of Your Life
Everywhere you go, you see gyms, videos, and books about exercise, advertising how they can help you get in shape fast and easy. You've probably even put some money down before, vowing that this was the year you'd get in shape, lose that extra weight, and become the energetic person you know is hiding inside you.
Unfortunately, life happens, and you fall into the habit of "I'll start tomorrow". Your motivation drops, and your self-discipline fails to push you through to achieve your goals. You begin to make excuses: You'll be really sore after working out, it's been too long since you've last exercised, you don't have willpower, and you think you're too weak or otherwise unfit for exercise. There was that one time you started a program, but you couldn't keep up with the weekly or monthly goals, so you got frustrated and gave up.
How to Build Self-Discipline to Exercise is a practical guidebook on how to introduce exercise into your life and keep it there. In this audiobook, you'll learn:
When put together and acted upon, the six chapters in this book - supported by over 80 references to scientific studies and credible experts - will help you form a new habit and make one of the most important changes you'll ever make in your life.
©2016 Martin Meadows (P)2016 Meadows Publishing
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"Less than engaging"
The tips given here are decent motivators. However, they are completely eclipsed by the narrator's endless droll reading-the-script style. If I gave a presentation at work like this, everyone would be texting on their cell phones, talking or falling asleep. Ugh.
"Waste of time and money"
Just another book filled with lofty ideologies. Lots of "just do this and all your problems will be solved
". Well if everyone could 'just do that' they wouldn't be buying this book. as an example there is a part of the book where he says " if you don't enjoy exercise you're doing the wrong exercise just find one that you actually like and it will be much easier." Seriously?? Did it ever occur to him that the main problem is that many people actually don't enjoy exercise in general no matter what the activity is and that's a primary obstacle to actually engaging in exercise.
This book is unrealistic and impractical for the everyday person.
"Okay I guess "
I expect something different but overall i got some decent advice. A lot of what was being said though is pretty much self conscious. Work out to make it fun. Take care of your body by eating clean, find a workout partner etc. But still there was some information that was pretty useful.
"Just the facts to get you going"
Yes for a friend that wanted to exercise and was having trouble getting started.
I would also recommend the book "Mini Habits"
The title really got me excited to read this book but as I listened it did not do what the title made me believe. The narration was awful and that element is very important in a motivational self help book.
Good practical tips to use. Narration is somewhat dry, doesn't take away from the info though.
"Very Well Done!"
Overall the message is clearly stated making it easy to listen to. This means that I'm inspired to learn as well as implementing these practices for my betterment.
"Good content. Boring reader."
I got a lot out of the content of this book. The advice provided is mostly practical (except the part about hiring a housecleaner). I did not care much for the reader. He was just dry and it felt like listening to a boring lecture. Overall I'd still recommend this book of you're interested in making exercise a daily routine.
Chock full of tips and tricks begin and maintain an exercise program. I enjoyed the practical and applicable suggestions in each section of the book. I would recommend this book for those seeking or maintaining an exercise/fitness regimen.
"Clear actionable advice"
Martin Meadows gives clear actionable advice that can help you develop the habit of exercise in your life. Life is made from the habits we form and great habits lead to a great quality of life. Exercise is one crucial key to a great life!
If you are familiar with Martin Meadows other books you will recognize some familiar themes and that is a good thing.
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