Workout Tip Jar, Reward Yourself for Working Out!

workout tip jarI saw this idea on Pinterest a while ago and thought it was SO cool!

Create a “Workout Tip Jar” for yourself and tip yourself a dollar after each workout. After 50 or 100 workouts, take the money and treat yourself to a reward.

I’m consistently inconsistent with working out, I do great for a while then slack off, start back up and inevitably take a “break” so I love this idea as an additional motivation AND reward. Plus it’s a tangible account of all your workout success!

I really do feel better after a workout, but this is just a cool extra motivation 🙂 And I did get out for almost a 2 mile run this morning even though it was kinda chilly out!

One of the other workout tools I love is the Daily Mile website which is free and lets you track your workouts.

Would a “workout tip jar” be extra motivation for you?


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Diane is deeply passionate about serving single and divorced women home buyers, first time home buyers and new to the area buyers navigate the Charlotte area home buying process. Having navigated separation and divorce she has immense respect for the stress of transition and need for a home living situation that supports and nurtures. She connects and guides clients as they navigate the home buying process, transitioning to a space they'll love calling home. McDermott Real Estate
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2 Responses to Workout Tip Jar, Reward Yourself for Working Out!

  1. Jim Finn says:

    I really like the idea of this, after you’ve done a tons of sit ups, jogging or just a simple aerobics. Rewarding oneself would mean a tap to your shoulder for doing a good job. It doesn’t have to be a huge one, but single consistent job done would mean a BIG SUCCESS! Thanks for the post!workout tips

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