ImageryYou might use your imagination to improve your exercise adherence andmotivation. While goal setting (link) can involve rational, carefulplanning of tasks and outcomes, the effective use of imagery or visualizationcan help involve all of your senses. For example, perhaps your goalsinvolve reaching the weight you were when you graduated from high schoolor college. To use imagery or visualization, you attempt to rememberwhat you looked like; how it felt; what you liked to do. Maybe youcan remember the smell of the freshly mowed grass in the park you usedto walk through or maybe you can remember the feel of having a lively,easy stride. You can also use such positive imagery to help you relaxin response to emotional anxiety (link); thereby helping you stay focusedon your exercise goals.


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