6 Ways to Make Your Workouts More Interesting

Are you getting tired of your same old workout routine?

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Going the gym a lot is great, but if you don’t switch things up you’ll eventually lose interest and have to drag yourself through the gym doors every time you go. It’s the little things that make a huge difference in your mindset and approach. Here are a few changes you can make to have more interesting workouts on a regular basis:

Going the gym a lot is great, but if you don’t switch things up you’ll eventually lose interest and have to drag yourself through the gym doors every time you go. It’s the little things that make a huge difference in your mindset and approach. Here are a few changes you can make to have more interesting workouts on a regular basis:

 

  1. Leave your headphones at home. We all know that pump-up music always helps you have a better, more intense workout. But did you ever consider giving yourself the challenge of working out without music? Try having the same intensity without the tunes and see how well you can improve your focus.

 

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  1. Switch up your sets & reps. If you’ve been doing 3 sets of 12 reps to get cut up during the summer, maybe it’s time to transition into 3 sets of 10 reps or 4 sets of 8 reps to start getting a little bigger and stronger with the fall and winter approaching. Although you might not have particular goals and prefer to just maintain strength, changing your routine will bring about interesting changes to your appearance and mindset.

 

  1. Take a break with the pre-workout drinks. Just like leaving your headphones at home, you should give the caffeine a rest and see how you do without it. Accept the challenge and try to channel the energy you need from within to have a successful workout. You’ll get used to it and not need a pre-workout drink before you exercise.

 

  1. Focus on your breathing. It’s easy to grunt and groan your way through workouts, but it’s even harder to focus on proper breathing while performing each rep of every set. You’ll not only rejuvenate your body by breathing fresh, clean air into your lungs and expelling toxins, but you’ll also improve your form during exercises.

 

  1. Go outside. Maybe you’re getting bored of the stuffy, hectic gym environment. Not to mention, all those mirrors can sometimes inflate egos. It’s time to get some space, breathe in some fresh air and soak in some Vitamin D. Go to a local park or open field and do some pushups, run some sprints and maybe even do some pull ups if there’s a pull-up bar. The gym always gets the job done, but you might not even realize that you need a change of scenery.

 

Make your workouts more interesting by making some simple changes. This will boost your morale and help you see some awesome results!

 

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