Working out is boring…if you’re doing it wrong.
If every time you lift, you lift the same amount of weight, for the same number of repetitions, you’re going to get bored.
If every time you run, you set the treadmill to the same speed, and run for the same duration, you’re going to get bored.
And it isn’t the doing of the same things over and over that makes working out boring.
Doing the same form of exercise over and over can be (and should be) exhilarating…if you’re doing it right.
Adding pounds to your lifts is exciting. Doing more repetitions than you could do a couple of weeks ago is exciting. Being able to run faster is exciting. Being able to run further distances is exciting.
It is progression, or lack-thereof, that determines whether working out is mundane or engaging.
A person does not exist who wouldn’t take interest in improving their physical capabilities.
We all could appreciate our body experiencing performance enhancements, but many of us don’t give these enhancements a chance to take place.
Don’t become complacent during your workouts.
It doesn’t mean that you need to make massive advances every single session.
Add weight to one set of one exercise. Do an extra set of one exercise. Rack the bar, wait 10 seconds, then do a couple more reps for one set of one exercise.
^^^Do one, or some of these for a couple of sets of one exercise…or for several sets…or do them for just one set of every exercise for the day…or do them for multiple sets of every exercise.
There are endless ways to continue to make progress.
Be sure you are making it in some way, otherwise you are sure to lose interest.