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Motivation – Lost it? Here's How to Find It Again

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How is it that I always see some guy jogging down the road at 5am? How can there be someone doing push-ups in the park at midnight? How are those people enjoying exercising in the rain?

To us, it seems like torture stacked with more torture. What could possibly motivate anyone to get up at 5am, drag themselves out of bed, and go for a run?

Here is the ultimate secret to motivation – habit and discipline!

Motivation rarely gets you started on a goal, because motivation usually only comes from seeing good results. If you play rugby for the first time and you suck, you probably won't be motivated to keep playing. But once you are good at rugby, you will be motivated to keep getting better.

This is true for everything! To get motivated you only need to do two things:

Step 1. Start doing it exactly because you don't want to.

Doing something that you don't want to do is called discipline. Discipline is the first step to motivation. Not motivated to lose weight? That's because you haven't lost any yet. Strengthen that discipline muscle! Start losing the weight first, and then the motivation to keep going will come afterwards.

Step 2. If you can form a bad habit, you can also form a good habit! 

Habits are formed in 45 days. This means, if you do something every day for 45 days, it's actually harder to stop the habit than to keep doing it. Look at any “bad habit” that people do for pleasure. Take smoking for example. After 45 days of daily smoking it's much harder for someone to stop than to keep going. Exercise is no different! Have you ever heard of a runner's high? Your body is literally flooded with pleasurable chemicals from running! After 45 days of exercise, the pleasure you get from exercise is going to outweigh anything else you could be doing.

In short, once you have built up that strong discipline and created that new habit, you will be motivated to keep exercising forever. And who knows, maybe you will be the next person I see jogging down the road at 5am.

The Secret Benefits of Exercise – It's Not Just About Losing Weight!

Everyone knows that exercise is good for losing weight. Right? But not everyone knows the other reasons why exercise is so awesome. Check out the secret benefits of exercise.

Secret Benefit 1 – Exercise Boosts Your Brain

Several studies have shown that VOLUNTARY exercise causes brain cells to regenerate – this is called “neurogenesis”.

Wait a second, I thought brain cells couldn't regenerate? Think again!

Because of neurogenesis, exercise can help get rid of depression, anxiety, and low mood.¹ Not only that, but it has also been shown to help people become more extroverted and sensation seeking, which basically means you get a cooler personality to boot.

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Secret Benefit 2 – Exercise Makes You Better at Sex

Better at sex? Are you serious?

Yes! Studies have shown that exercise has a positive effect on sexual desire and sexual activity in men² and women.³ Exercise can also reverse erectile dysfunction and improve sexual stamina in men.4 With these kind of results, how can you not jump on the treadmill right now?!

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Secret Benefit 3- Exercise Can Improve Almost Any Disease

That's right! While exercise slightly increases body inflammation temporarily, it reduces total inflammation in the long-term. Which basically means, almost all chronic illnesses are improved by exercise!5 Diabetes, heart disease, blood pressure, and almost everything else are all made better with exercise. So get off the pills and get on your treadmill!

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1. De Moor et al. “Regular exercise, anxiety, depression and personality: A population study”,

Preventative Medicine 2006(42):273-279.

2. Cormie et al. “Exercise maintains sexual activity in men undergoing androgen supression for PC: a

RCT”. PCPD 2013(16):170-175.

3. Meston and Gorzalka, “The effects of immediate, delayed, and residual sympathetic activation on

sexual arousal in women”, Behaviour Research and Therapy 1996(34)2:143-148.

4. Derby et al. “Modifiable risk factors and erectile dysfunction: can lifestyle changes modify risk?”,

Urology 2000(56)2:302-306.

5. Handschin and Spiegelman, “The role of exercise and PGC1alpha in inflammation and chronic

disease”, Nature 2008(454)463-469.

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