How to Feel Motivated to Exercise – FasterEFT

One of the biggest challenges for those who want to lose weight and increase their fitness level is maintaining the motivation to keep up an exercise routine. If you’re not already used to regular exercise you may be finding it very difficult to get yourself to stick to the routine you’ve planned. The reason it’s so difficult is that it is more than just a conscious decision and willpower. Making yourself go out and exercise before it becomes an automatic habit is going against your subconscious programming.

If you struggle to get out an exercise it’s more than just laziness. It’s because you have a subconscious record that supports not exercising. In other words, you may have a subconscious belief that exercising is hard, or that you are not an energetic person, or a range of other possibilities. In fact, the records that support your resistance to exercise may have nothing at all to do with physical exercise. Fortunately, you don’t need to know what those records are or where they came from in order to change them.

The FasteEFT technique has been designed to go directly to the original records and work with the subconscious to make the changes to them so that your subconscious will in future be referencing different “proof” and prompting your brain and body according to that instead of the previous limiting beliefs.

Using FasterEFT for Motivation to Exercise

One of the benefits of FasterEFT is that will not only help you to feel more motivated in the moment; but, because it changes the original records that your subconscious is referring to, it will change your overall motivation to exercise so that it becomes easier to stick to your workout routine.

Step One

Take a moment to think about going out to exercise, and notice how you feel when you think about it. Just notice the feeling – notice how it feels, where in your body you feel it, and how strong it is. You may also find a memory coming up – if so, just notice the details of the memory and how it feels.

Step Two

Using two fingers, gently tap the following meridian points while focusing on the feeling of your fingertips on your skin and saying the phrases (for more guidance on what to say, read: What to Say When Tapping).

– Between your eyebrows – “I release and let this go”

– Beside your eye – “Let it go”

– Under your eye – “It’s okay to let this go now”

– Just below your collarbone – “I don’t need it anymore and it’s safe to let it go now”

Step Three

Grab your wrist, take a deep breath, blow it out and say “Peace”. Now, go to a peaceful memory – something that feels good – and enjoy that for a moment.

Step Four

Go back to the feeling of going out to exercise or the memory that came to you in Step One, and notice what’s different. Notice if the feeling has changed or moved position in your body. Notice if the intensity is different. Just notice what is left.

Step Five

Repeat Steps Two through Four until any resistance to exercise has gone. Keep tapping until any bad feelings and thoughts have been replaced by good ones; and until any memories have flipped.

When you are approaching the time of your exercise routine, be aware of how you’re feeling. If you are not feeling positive and motivated to go out and exercise, take a moment to go through the process above until you’ve changed those feelings. Remember to keep going until all trace of any bad feelings have gone completely and you are feeling good instead. Bear in mind you are changing original subconscious records, which means you are not only helping yourself to feel more motivated to go out and exercise in the moment, but you are helping to clear the resistance for future exercise sessions as well.

For more information on how the FasterEFT technique works, visit: The FasterEFT Belief System.

For more guidance on using the technique visit: Tips on Using FasterEFT.

To watch videos of FasterEFT visit the FasterEFT YouTube Channel.

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