Many people have lost the motivation to exercise because they have misconceptions about what it takes to see results. In fact, the best way to motivate yourself to start exercising is by committing to just 30 minutes of movement, three times a week. That’s right. For a few walks in the park each week, you can start to cut your risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

You can regulate appetite and stress levels, stand a little straighter, and even fill your days with more strength and energy. As soon as you start building muscle, you’ll start burning calories at an even faster rate. So forget about grueling workouts. Our newest CD, “Motivation to Exercise for Effective Weight Loss,” is designed to help you develop a realistic exercise routine you will actually stick to--because a little exercise goes a long way!

Health experts say a simple, well-rounded fitness plan is all it takes for sustainable weight loss, but the key is being consistent. Indeed, it’s that “regular” part that gets people. Many can drum up the motivation to exercise occasionally, but few can make it last.

When it comes to motivating yourself to exercise, it’s so hard to get your brain in the game—and keep it in the game—that’s why we created a program specifically for it. Brain training is a wonderful tool for rewriting beliefs and, in turn, creating unshakeable exercise habits.

We use positive suggestion, repetition and reinforcement, relaxation techniques and visualization to help you “see” your future ideal shape and work toward it every day. Injury, missed workout, cheat day…whatever. No longer will setbacks send you back to square one. Listening to the “Motivation to Exercise” CD for 28 consecutive days will help you create a desire to exercise regularly and a firm belief that you will create and maintain your ideal shape for life.

Despite knowing the benefits of regular exercise, it can still be tough to motivate yourself to exercise. From procrastination, to fear, to simply not knowing what to do with those hand weights, the reasons not to exercise pile up pretty quickly. Add to that an odd phenomenon which psychologists have discovered: we have an innate tendency to view our present selves as indulgent and our future selves as more disciplined. We truly believe that we will start exercising tomorrow! Of course, it’s a never-ending cycle–when tomorrow comes, we’ll be our “lazy” selves again.

Don’t allow yourself to be shackled by such erroneous beliefs. You can break the cycle of exercise procrastination simply by embracing a positive self-image. In “Motivation to Exercise for Effective Weight Loss,” David teaches you to let go of all past failures and false ideas (oh, I’m not an “exerciser”), and realize that you ARE that disciplined, motivated person—today!

There Are More Reasons To Exercise Than To Lose Weight..

Melts Away Stress: Once you actually start working out, you'll experience less stress in every part of your life.

Boosts Performance and Brainpower: Exercise increases serotonin in the brain, which leads to improved mental clarity.

Gives You Energy: During exercise endorphins are released into your bloodstream and you will feel more energized the rest of the day.

Pumps Your Heart: When the heart becomes stronger, it pumps more blood per beat, so at rest, the heart rate is lower and the activities of daily life feel easier.

Fights off Disease and More: Exercise can slow or help prevent heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, and loss of muscle mass.