But the “why” for working out is the reason why you’re going to the gym in the first place. Many of our 8WW participants want to feel better, stay active, prevent illness, and be able to keep up with their families.
So when the workout is feeling painful, you think about your “why.” And when you’re staring to see stars, think about your “why.” And when there are ten sets of twenty reps on each side, then think about your “why.”
Maybe your “why” evolves over time. If you’re close to attaining your short term “why,” why not add a couple more goals or add another “why” to inspire you for workouts for many months or reps to come.