Mark 73 Posted March 4, 2016 Author Share Posted March 4, 2016 (edited) About exercise:In the past i never gone to the gym. This time around i startet an alternating jogging/ bodyweight training exercise. The main reason i like it, is the availabilty of it. I can't come up with serious excuses not to do atleast a short jog or some basic bodyweight exercises. I use this routine. I think on this side every exercise is explained well with videos wich made it easy to do them in a right way( I actually did push-ups wrong my whole life and now their hard).About procrastination and daystructure.Sometimes i am able to realize i don't wanna do work and want to procrastinate. Then i sometime sit it out dooing nothing. Then i just do my work. More often I have the same problems with procrastination until around 1pm.In my experience schedules do not help if I know what to do, but just don't wanna do it xD.Often times journalling helped me wiht motivation in the morning though. You could maybe try to schedule it earlier adn use the journal to reflect on the things you want to accomplish by beeing strict with your tasks.hoped i could help a bit.Greetings Mario Thanks for your suggestions! Regarding your exercise routine, unfortunately due to my medical condition and based off past experiences, the majority of those types of exercises have a tendency to do me more harm than good. When at the gym for example, I avoid the treadmill and use either the exercise bike or the rowing machine for my cardiovascular workout, while I use the various machines for strength training, with just a couple of exercises that involve dumbbells.Writing the journal can certainly help with motivation when it is lacking Day 26;This week has been a bit of a write off unfortunately. It has been a stressful few days, and I haven't felt good physically. I've recognised that some of my biggest urges to game have come while feeling this way. I don't think this is the worst thing however, it would be more of a concern to me personally had I wanted to prioritise gaming when 100%.I am close to entering uncharted waters in regards to the length of time I've gone without gaming. I don't believe that has any correlation to the above, but I am hopeful that when I get back to my best, I can get into a routine again. Edited March 4, 2016 by Mark Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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