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52 Affirmations for Fitness and Exercising Habits

52 Affirmations

  1. I choose to exercise regularly.
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  2. I realize that good health is perhaps the greatest of all gifts. Exercise is a significant part of ensuring good health, so I allow myself to find the time to exercise every day.
  3. By making exercise a regular part of my life, I am taking a huge step toward health and longevity.
  4. I wake up each day looking forward to the active portions of my day ahead. It is a part of who I am now.
  5. When I exercise and feel my heart pumping, I know I am showing gratitude for my body.
  6. My body is a gift, and I take care of it each day. It is the vehicle which allows me to move through the world.
  7. I enjoy the feeling I have immediately after a great workout. I feel refreshed and relaxed. I feel like I can take on the world and be victorious.
  8. Exercise has a positive effect on my mind. I even sleep better on days when I exercise.
  9. My body gets stronger and healthier each day because of my workouts. I also notice with pleasure that the opposite sex is responding more positively to me as I get in better shape.
  10. Regular exercise has so many benefits for my health and wellbeing!
  11. Today, I choose to make the time to exercise. Exercise is a regular and important part of my life, so I transcend whatever challenges might be in the way.
  12. Physical exercise renews and energizes me.
  13. I engage in as much movement as possible throughout my waking hours. Whether I am at work, out and about, or at home, I am committed to getting as much physical exercise as I can.
  14. At work, although I often find myself sitting behind a desk, I can still create opportunities for exercise. I do leg lifts under the desk. I stretch my arms out to my sides and above my head. I do neck rolls several times during the day.
  15. Each hour, I stand up and stroll around my desk and the office. During breaks and at lunch times, I take walks.
  16. Getting out and about for some exercise during my personal time is a wonderful way to break up the week.
  17. I like to go work out at the fitness center. I feel such a surge of energy during workouts. Afterward, I am tired, yet happy that I have experienced another exhilarating hour of physical activity.
  18. When I prefer to stay close to home, I jog or walk. I alter my routes, how long I spend, and the time of day to ensure variety.
  19. An evening stroll is relaxing and helps me get a good night’s sleep.
  20. Today, I know that the more exercise I do, the more energy I have to complete other tasks. I enjoy feelings of renewal and quiet joy because I engage in physical activity each day.
  21. I am committed to exercising daily.
  22. Having good health is at the top of my priorities list, and I recognize that I need regular physical activity to sustain me. Therefore, I make it a point to get some exercise each day.
  23. Acknowledging what is most important to me encourages me to plan my life around those established priorities.
  24. When I organize my days by first considering my priorities, I find that a commitment to regular exercise is necessary.
  25. I have so many reasons to exercise.
  26. I want to enjoy good health.
  27. I seek a strong body and a toned physique.
  28. I want to have an attractive appearance.
  29. Even as I get older, I intend to be able to easily carry out physical jobs such as cleaning my home and taking care of the yard. For all this and more, I am committed to exercising daily.
  30. Exercising every day makes me feel accomplished and strong. After I participate in some physical activity, I feel like I can take on the world, no matter what it brings.
  31. Daily exercise keeps my body, mind, and soul healthy.
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  32. Today, I feel proud of myself for my commitment to exercise. I renew my promise to myself to perform some type of physical activity every single day.
  33. Before I begin a run, I prepare mentally. I pre-determine goals. I plan to improve my distance, time, or pace. Running challenges my physical and mental stamina.
  34. I maintain focus throughout. Distractions affect my ability to succeed. I concentrate on the path ahead of me, my pace, and each breath. I move closer to my goal with each step.
  35. When the run is over, I am exhausted, but I feel great because I have given by best effort and completed something. I note my progress and consider where adjustments might be beneficial.
  36. Each time I run, I reinforce my mental strength.
  37. Running teaches me resilience and perseverance. I overcome obstacles in my path and my mind.
  38. The practices I employ for running affect every facet of my life. At work, I possess an increased focus on each task I undertake.
  39. Foresight is an acquired behavior. I set clear goals and identify the path to completing them. I know that each task I complete is a step closer to achievement.
  40. My work ethic is noticed by others. They recognize my ability to overcome challenges.
  41. I have a positive influence in the work environment. I take new responsibilities and I run with them.
  42. Today, I plan to push myself further. I like testing my limits, and I frequently discover that they are still expanding.
  43. I move my body.
  44. Leading an active life keeps me fit and strong. I love to move my body.
  45. I add more steps into my daily routines and climb the stairs rather than riding the elevator or escalator. I pick a parking spot further away from my destination so I can walk the last few yards.
  46. I dance around while I am talking on the phone or waiting for my coffee to brew.
  47. When I am watching TV, I stand up to change the channels instead of using the remote control. During commercial breaks, I get down on the floor and do some push-ups.
  48. I do more chores manually. I rake the leaves instead of using a leaf blower. I take a break from my food processor and use a mortar and pestle to grind cooking ingredients.
  49. I work out on a regular basis. I build my muscles and strengthen my heart. I train for balance and flexibility.
  50. I find a variety of activities that I enjoy. I alternate between dancing classes and playing tennis.
  51. If rainy or cold weather prevents me from taking my morning run, I use my treadmill or play an exercise video on my computer.
  52. Today, I honor my body by giving it the exercise that it needs to stay healthy and powerful. Movement is the key to my wellbeing.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. When would be the best time for me to exercise each day?
  2. What types of exercise do I most enjoy?
  3. What are my obstacles to exercising regularly and how can I overcome them?
  4. Do I perform enough physical activity every day?
  5. How can I make physical activity a routine part of my day, like brushing my teeth?
  6. What am I willing to commit to when it comes to increasing my level of physical exercise?
  7. Is exercising on my priority list today? Why?
  8. What am I committed to do each day, in terms of my priorities?
  9. How can I ensure that I exercise daily?
  10. Running is empowerment.
  11. What other exercises can test my physical and mental stamina?
  12. How do I cope with not meeting my goals?
  13. Would running with others push my limits farther?
  14. What is the relationship between physical and mental fitness?
  15. How can I motivate myself to stay active?
  16. How does having a workout buddy make exercise more fun?


Ty Lois

I am a sport enthusiast and a health and wellness coach. I don't just write about health and fitness, it is what I do. My education is in Kinesiology. When I am not in the gym or on the field, you will find me taking pictures or baking. I am Ty, and I am so fun to be around, no dull moments!

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