If you're ever feeling under the weather or tired, rather than breaking the workout habit try doing activities more suited to how you're feeling; if you're tired try swimming, if you have a cold try walking, stretching or yoga.
Boredom often leads people to quit their fitness routine; try doing a different cardio exercise every day of the week to avoid this. Using the treadmill, swimming, playing basketball, aerobic boxing, and Power Yoga are all awesome ways to get in your cardio.
Improvements are a great way to stay motivated. Since increase in muscle can offset decrease in fat, weight isn't necessarily the best number to track. Try recording the number of chin-ups you can do, or the distance you can run at a certain speed.
Having trouble getting in the habit of exercising? - Commit for 30 days. Making the commitment to exercise everyday (even for just 20 minutes) for one month will solidify the habit.
Exercise is proven to increase energy and boost serotonin levels in the brain, which in turn improves mental clarity
Evidence suggests that wellness programs in the workplace enhance job satisfaction, lessen job stress, reduce sick leave/absenteeism, improve productivity, reduce injuries and workers' compensation claims, and lower turnover.
As you become more physically fit, most people feel physical activity gives them more energy than they had before.
Social support from friends and family has positively and consistently been related to regular physical activity
Keeping a record of your workouts will help you to push yourself, and see your progress
Switch your workout routine. Research indicates that the body can adapt to a regular workout routine after 4-6 weeks