So it's finally hit you that you have so little time to get your pre- "I ate pizza at 2 a.m four times a week for the past six months" body back before you're back in the bikini again? While this may be an extremely exaggerated assumption of your eating habits, we all seem to hit funks at one point or another that we feel like we haven't kept our workouts up to par.
Whether you're a cross-fit fanatic and you've dropped the number of days you spend working out from seven days a week to four or five, or you haven't seen the inside of the gym since the school year started, there's always a way to get back to it. There's always the struggle or anxiety of figuring out what workouts to do or not being able to do exactly what you were doing before you stopped working out. There's always the fear of stopping for these reasons. Here are some the all too real struggles of getting back to a routine featuring everyone's favorite coach potato , Joey Tribbiani.
1. Finding the motivation to even get there.
2. Getting there and feeling like you're home again.
3. Then you start walking around and not being able to remember what you used to do.
4. And feeling like everyone knows that you haven't been a gym regular lately.
5. Then you have to give yourself that pep talk to get out of your head.
6. And find that perfect playlist to get yourself into the zone.
7. Then you realize you can't do what you used to do when you were going to the gym everyday.
8. And you're not sure you're even going to make it through the cardio session.
9. But you push through and finish day 1.
10. Now to go home and try not to want to eat everything.
11. But then you have that "cheat meal" anyways.
12. The next day you're already too sore to move.
13. But you push through and you're on to day two.
14. You already feel like you know what you're doing and belong again.
15. You're back on track with a routine and have never felt better! Keep pushing and make it last!