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    In a flurry of good intentions you bought that expensive fitness subscription anyway. But actually you have to confess that you get the cold sweat even before you have sat down on such a machine, and during that torture hour you anxiously avoid any eye contact with fellow athletes. Can you really enjoy such a fitness session?
    In January, the fitness clubs fill up according to the annual tradition, while after just under a month they quickly deflate again. Fitness clubs earn their living with people who start out in good spirits and after a few sports give it a go. But this year is different opleiding personal coach. Because fitness can be really fun, and we can convince you of that. With these tips, you'll enjoy your workout more, so you'll be able to keep up with it in the long term.

    For the first time, the gym feels like a nerve-racking place of destruction where everyone stares at you. Believe us: that improves after a while.

     

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    1. Find a fitness buddy
    You're certainly not the only one who wants to start "this time really", so throw that good intention in the group. Find a fitness buddy with whom you'll work out at the agreed times, and you'll be much less likely to trade in the sports session for an evening on the couch due to the group pressure. It's also less embarrassing to be standing on a plane with just the two of you, and no longer pay attention to the looks of others in the gym because you're talking to each other.
    By the way, you don't always have to go together. If you get through those first few times together without tearing your clothes, it's much easier to go back alone afterwards. Really no sporting friends? On a first visit you can often get a one-time free introduction from a personal trainer. Ask your sports club about it.

     

    2. Start modestly
    Don't put yourself on a schedule where you spend an hour on the treadmill four times a week, but make sure you have an achievable schedule. When can and do you want to free up time? If you manage to do it twice a week in the beginning, that's fine. You can always build up to more training later, once you have a taste for it.
    Don't make the exercises too heavy from the start, but start patiently at a low level. With building up a condition you should not want too much too quickly. If exercising feels like a difficult task that you think back on with pain, you probably don't feel like going back again.

    Don't limit yourself to "a little cycling" or "some abdominal exercises" in your sports plan, but make your goals very concrete.
    Thinkstock Don't limit yourself to "a little cycling" or "some abdominal exercises" in your sports plan, but make your goals very concrete.

     

    3. The best is yet to come
    The first times, the gym feels like a nerve-racking place of destruction, because you get the feeling you don't belong there and everyone stares at you. Believe us: that improves after a while. The more you feel at ease, the more you notice that everyone is doing their own training. Keep in mind that all athletes are here with the same goal, and no one has come to laugh at how quickly you are out of breath.

    An ugly shirt or pants that are too tight can unconsciously discourage you from going to the gym.

     

    4. Make a plan
    Don't limit yourself to "a little cycling" or "some abdominal exercises" in your sports plan, but make your goals very concrete. Most fitness clubs have schedules that can help you, depending on what you want to achieve. Dare to ask for information and stick to your schedule. If you have a set plan, you'll be extra motivated to come back next time.

     

    5. Don't forget the accessories
    If you're going to work out, you'd better look good. Buy yourself a sports outfit where you feel good. An ugly shirt or pants that are too tight can unconsciously demotivate you to go to the gym. Buy something in which you are (relatively) liked, but then wear it as well. That means: the whole year, and not just the first weeks of January. Also invest in a decent sports bra, and make sure you have a towel, bottle of water and possibly ears to listen to music or watch television while exercising.

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