Tapas Chand wrote:I struggle to get up early in the morning.
Randy Maddocks wrote:it is a battle, at least in my mind.
Jm Brunet wrote:What about getting up early do you struggle with? Do you go to bed late, don't sleep well, etc.?
Jm Brunet wrote:
Are you too tired when you get home or do you just have no interest in exercising?
Jm Brunet wrote:For me, it's finding time to exercise and resisting the junk food in the office.
Tapas Chand wrote:I usually leave for work at 9. No matter whenever I go to sleep I just do not have the will power to get up before 8.
Randy Maddocks wrote: I have heard that when something is routinely done at or on the same time and/or day the mind will generally "learn" to expect that to be done when the time or day arrives. It's like the mind "tracks" our actions and adapts. I am no psychologist, but I believe that that is something like how it works.
Randy Maddocks wrote:It's not so much being tired when I get home, but more so just plain laziness, to be honest.
Jm Brunet wrote:
Do you think it is out of laziness or just a habit of watching tv after work?
Yes, tried that too.
Jm Brunet wrote:Ya I definitely hear that. I can't get up any earlier that I already do. Have you tried anything to help you get an after work workout habit started?
Jm Brunet wrote:resisting the junk food in the office.
Randy Maddocks wrote:A bit of both - laziness definitely plays a part
Jan de Boer wrote:...always in the office there is a social pressure to "eat for the sake of teambuiliding". I know I get very little support in this, but I very much dislike the candy pushers in the office. And it is not just here in my present job location, it is everywhere. I really do not like it. Guess I am the one screaming in the desert here though, nobody listens.
Jan de Boer wrote: at work it is constantly "want a cookie, want a cookie, want a cookie?"
Jm Brunet wrote:What do you struggle with most when trying to lose weight or become more fit?
Winston Gutkowski wrote:
Er...weight and fitness.
Or, more specifically: beer, and its effect on both.