How can I force myself to exercise for at least 20 minutes a day, but regularly? I hate sports. Is it like voluntary rape?

How can I force myself to exercise for at least 20 minutes a day, but regularly? I hate sports. Is it like voluntary rape?

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Answer 1
April, 2021

I also struggled with training and tried many sports. Until I found what suits me perfectly. You also need to consider a few points - 1. Why do you need to play sports. 2. to discard those options that do not suit you by temperament. 3. Turn to a psychologist who will reveal the secret of your sabotage, make it out of date and you will calmly solve your problem.

Answer 2
April, 2021

Perhaps you should try to take a closer look at different sports and physical activity. It is possible that among them you will find one that will be very exciting for you, something that will suit your temperament and mentality well.

I suppose you love sex? ;-) But this is also physical activity, and for a guy it is very expensive in calories. Here you need to find something that will give you at least half of this pleasure and then you don't have to persuade yourself.

Answer 3
April, 2021

You can try to combine sports training with listening to music or videos that are interesting. Time flies by, but at the same time you manage to do the necessary exercises without thinking every second "God, when will it end already." If such light training in the spirit of school physical education is enough, then we can continue this way.

Answer 4
April, 2021

Hello !

First, you need to change your attitude to sports. Physical activity is necessary for a person to maintain a healthy body. To be in good shape and look good you need to move. If a person wants to be healthy and look appropriate, then this is the main motivation.

Everything should come from moderate egoism, from love for oneself and the desire to feel good. If doing useful things for your own sake is not motivating enough, then it’s not about sports.

Answer 5
April, 2021

Try different types of workouts.

Maybe you will like something.

I started by jogging, in the evenings when there are few people and not hot, calm. It's like a walk. But measure the time of the distance, try to improve every time. The main thing is not to get hit by a car, be careful.

Try martial arts, tennis, trampoline, skiing, bike. Maybe something will come in.

A horizontal bar to hang at home is worth a penny. You can progress in the number of pull-ups and write down on a piece of paper, such as a challenge.

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