It may sounds cheesy, but a sunny outlook leads to real results. One study found people who saw upbeat subliminal messages during a workout (like a smiley face or encouraging words on a screen) exercised longer than their negative counterparts. Just thinking positive thoughts should help. Or, grab a partner who tends to be more glass-half-full than you are. A separate study also found getting positive feedback from a friend can boost endurance.
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