\nEveryone knows the feeling of losing the drive to go to the gym. It can happen to anyone and make you lose sight of your fitness goals. However, when you put yourself in the right mindset, you can achieve anything in the gym. That's put together tips on how to keep up the motivation to go to the gym and keep working on your goals.\nMake It Social \nIt's much easier to keep yourself motivated for the gym when you're training with someone. Fridely competition is one of the best ways to push yourself further while having fun in the gym. You can coach one another, challenge one another and hold each other accountable all while having fun. \nBe Consistent \nConsistency is key. The key to fitness consistency is getting past the three week hump. Once you get into a regular routine with your workouts, it’ll be easier to stick with. Working out will become a part of your schedule and a habit helps keep you motivated to go to the gym in the first place.\nListen to Music \nTime flies if you listen to your favourite music while working out or a podcast that you find really interesting. In one study, researchers found that when participants listened to upbeat, motivational music, their heart rates and peak power output were higher than when they listened to a no audio whatsoever.\nPlan Your Gym Visit Accordingly \nDon't plan to visit your gym at times when there are other things going on. For example, a get-together, dinner, or maybe your favorite TV show. If you have the chance to do something more fun, there is a greater chance that you will skip your training and your motivation is gone. So plan your gym visit at times when there are few other activities taking place. In the morning, for example, before you go to work.\nKeep Track of Your Progress and Be Realistic \nNothing is more motivating than seeing your own progress. So, make sure you keep track of your progress as you work out. It is important to remember that you shouldn't expect to see immediate results when you first start working out. Be realistic. It takes a few weeks or months for you to notice that your body has changed as a result of gym work. Don't let that discourage you. Persistence pays off!