Originally Posted by ianprice1974
Knew there'd be a mixed reaction of sarcasm and constructed advice. Scott it's the motivational factor and pushing oneself to the limit
Wasn't being sarcastic by the way, it was a genuine response.
I just find that if you have a trainer, they don't know your limits, fine they are there to motivate you, but try and motivate yourself before going down that route?
It's been a littler over a month now since i started my training, doing it myself, on my own and i'm still as motivated as i was when i started, i've always packed in and gave up really easily.
If i can do it then anyone can.
Originally Posted by Titus
Honestly mate, just revise up on some routines and save yourself a fortune. The motivation will be your own gains once you start to see them.
Also consider registering to a site like bodybuilding.com/forum and start some kind of fitness log. Despite the website name, it's not exclusive to bodybuilders and I post there myself.
This is basically what i meant.