Your primary motivation to exercise is unique to you. Perhaps your goal is to be able to play with your kids again, decrease the risk of falls, be able to lift things without difficulty, sit through a movie with your family / friends without pain, or return to playing sports.
Identify your primary motivation, write it on a sticky note and place it on your refrigerator. Use pictures of family or any other image that creates a positive association with your health goals. Share your goals with family and friends, which makes you accountable to them. Being reminded constantly of your primary motivation will help you achieve your goals faster.
Pick up the phone and schedule an appointment with us today if you are looking for expert supervision and accountability. Give us a chance to help you get started with exercise.