responsibilities and commitments you choose to take on (for the most part).
So, before you do anything else, make a commitment to correct your mindset, and do it often. Some ways to shift your mindset to be more positive and focused are through meditation, therapy sessions, journaling, and practicing gratitude. When your mind is “right,” very little can throw you off your game, and even if it does, you can bounce back with ease.
2. Your Workout Gear
Now that your head is in the right place, it’s time to turn your attention to the rest of your body with your workout gear. If your fitness routine involves leaving the house, you’ll want to make a few adjustments to your wardrobe to be ready for the colder temps.
Even if you’re just leaving the house to get to the gym, you should be sure that your body will be warm before and after your workout (because cold and sweaty is a horrible combination). To keep your workouts on track as the temps drop, invest in more layers. You’ll probably want to bundle up from head to toe on your way to the gym, but don’t forget that the gym will have the heat on so you’ll need a cool layer underneath it all. An easy investment is a puffy vest to wear over a long-sleeve shirt and a tank top underneath.
Your post-workout attire is important as well. You’ll need something to cover your head, especially if you sweat a lot. Obviously, during the cold months, staying dry is key. Even if you don’t shower at the gym, try to keep a