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Chaining

Chaining

Connecting exercise to a solid event that you know will happen is a great way to stay consistent. I know that I will leave work at 5 every weekday – instead of going home, I bring my workout clothes with me and go straight to the gym.

This chaining is also why it can be hard to work out if there’s no cue. 

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