Yes, you're doing stuff you don't like. Keep trying until you find something you actually *like* to do. Try different things - maybe yoga? It does amazing things for your body and mind. <br />
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I like me some mountain biking, myself. <br />
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Try one of the many exercise video games? Jogging gets to a lot of people too, I've been addicted to it myself, but that's one that you really have to slog through to get to that place...it's not fun in the beginning but then, you find it's like chocolate or sex....very much a rush. The good thing about jogging is you can choose interesting places to run...like bike riding.

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Set goals and target which are tangible. At least thats what i learned. <br />
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Have a work book where you chart and write down your progress. And some remarks with it. Saya you want to do 100 push ups per day for this week then have that in you workbook. <br />
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Plan way ahead so that each time you fail to meet the target it will make you feel guilty.<br />
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Good luck and hope this works for you. All the best.

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I have the same problem. They say you have to do something seven times before it becomes a habit, but I find it's not true for everyone, or for everything. I generally develop habits in the bl<x>ink of an eye, but with exercise it's weird. I can get myself to go to the gym every day for months on end, and then I'll miss a day or two for some reason, and suddenly the habit is broken, and I'm back to square one. Maybe try to use some kind of positive reinforcement so that there's something compelling you to work out. Or don't try to work out in the conventional way, rather put on your stereo and dance and jump around in your room for half an hour. Make it as fun for yourself as you possibly can.

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Try something that will give you noticeable results in a relatively short time. Circuit training with weights might be an option for ya.

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