We all know regular exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, but it can be hard to stay motivated if you’re not doing something you enjoy. If you’re struggling to drag yourself to the gym or heading out in the cold for a run is putting you off, there’s no need to panic. It just means it’s time to find exercise you really love.

With so many different types of workouts to experiment with, you’re sure to find something that suits you. To reboot your routine, take a look at these four easy ways to find exercise you really love:

  1. Try New Virtual Classes

With many gyms and fitness clubs forced to close earlier in the year, they sought to meet the needs of their members by offering virtual classes. Even though most venues have now reopened, the popularity of online classes means they’re here to stay and they’re an easy way to try something new.

Instead of signing up for your usual cardio or weight training group (and dreading it!), take a look at the schedule and try something you’ve never done before. From TRX suspension training to martial arts, there are a variety of ways to increase your heart rate and get your blood pumping.

  1. Head to a New Venue

If you’ve been using the same gym or health club for a while, you might be getting bored with what’s on offer. Switching your membership to a new venue can give you an opportunity to try new things. Remember – you don’t have to go to a gym to boost your fitness. Grab a pair of boxing gloves and head to your nearest training club to throw some punches or unleash your kickboxing prowess. Alternatively, find a local indoor climbing club and build strength by scaling a climbing wall or abseiling. With indoor winter sports venues, you can even practice your moves on the slopes or take up snowboarding if you fancy trying something new!

  1. Workout with Friends

If you usually workout alone, exercising with friends can be a good way to mix things up. The added sociability can make the time fly, which means you’ll enjoy your workout a whole lot more. In addition to this, working out with friends boosts your confidence and keeps you accountable, so you’re less likely to skip a workout or give up on your training altogether.

  1. Consider Your Lifestyle

If your current training regime is hard to stick to, working out probably feels like a chore. Take the time to think about why you’re not enjoying your exercise sessions. Is it the type of exercise you’re doing or is the long commute in traffic that you don’t like? By making your workouts more convenient, you can cut enjoy hassle-free workouts and hit your goals more quickly.

Making Exercise Enjoyable

Changing up your fitness routine isn’t just a good way to stay motivated, it can actually help you to get stronger and fitter too. By modifying your workouts and trying new sports or activities, you’ll train different muscle groups and challenge your body in a whole new way.