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If you’re having trouble starting or maintaining a consistent workout schedule, the solution may be just a phone call away. Tapping into your existing friendships and finding someone who is willing to workout with you, or at least provide the support of an accountability partner, can increase your level of success exponentially. Need a little more convincing? Here are just a few of the science-backed benefits. Accountability When left to our own devices, self-motivation can be a hard thing to activate. We might have a burst of motivation and follow

Regardless of the importance to our overall mental and physical wellbeing, goals often take the backseat to the day-to-day tasks and thoughts that keep our lives operating. If we talk about goals, the conversation often starts with one word: someday. Someday I will run a 10k. Someday I will eat more salads and less sugar. Someday I will feel comfortable in a bathing suit. Let’s face it – any statement that starts with someday should really begin this way: I will probably never run a 10k.  I will probably never

Motivation isn’t usually a permanent resident. It comes and goes, sometimes staying for awhile, and sometimes just making an appearance before flying out the door again. But that doesn’t mean the path to reaching your goals has to be just as rocky. If you’re struggling to stay the course and keep moving forward, here are a few things to remember: Motivation doesn’t have to come before action. If we always waited until we were motivated to act, most goals wouldn’t be reached. You might not be buzzing with excitement every