Because that two week rule can pretty much be applied to everything, including a new fitness regimen. After doing something for two weeks, guilt usually starts racking up when you skip a work out or night of flossing. And the thoughts about how impossible this Get Right/Get Tight Quest or unf**king other habits quest really is start creeping in and making nests in your mind. But the truth is, they're probably moving in because you're just burnt out. You probably dove into the deep end without knowing how to swim with this whole thing and that's FINE. There are ways to find a life boat sans-tiger friend and a way out.
For me-I last exactly three weeks. By the three week mark I hate everything. I dont want to do another pull up, push up or any other upwards motion. Even if my life depended on it. So, I don't do them. Instead, I do something else. Since I'm not training for anything (if you're planning on running a 5, 10, 20k or marathon, this probably does not apply to you), this is ok. So, now that I've passed my three week mark with my weight training, I've decided to try
What do you do to stay on track and deal with burn out? Do you shake it up like I do? Or are you more willing to tough it out? Tell me in the comments!
*I don't get the desire to talk to someone when you're sticking things in their teeth. It's not like I can respond articulately with POINTY STABBY THINGS IN MY MOUTH. Actually, that might be the point. Never mind.