Melissa Wood-Tepperberg Offers Advice on How to Stay Consistent With Movement

It starts with choosing yourself, according to the workout and wellness leader.
Melissa Wood-Tepperberg

Melissa Wood-Tepperberg.

Melissa Wood-Tepperberg has a lot of fantastic advice when it comes to movement. She is, after all, a workout and wellness leader with years of personal experience in the field and a dedication to helping her subscribers be the best versions of themselves.

So, it is no surprise that she has an important message to share when it comes to staying consistent. Picking up a habit (and, particularly, a fitness habit) is one thing, but sticking with it is quite another. It takes a lot of determination to do so, and a dedication to the end result. According to Wood-Tepperberg, the first step is to simply stop making excuses. If you can recognize that movement is “a way of life” and “it’s going to move through every single thing that you do,” then it becomes so much easier to commit to a routine, she noted recently on TikTok.

At the end of the day, moving consistently will make you feel better. It’s a holistic habit that makes other parts of your life easier or better at the same time that it improves your overall health. “What keeps you coming back is tapping in so deeply to how differently you move about your day when you do the things that make you feel better, look better, show up better in a bigger way,” Wood-Tepperberg said in her post.

Ultimately, staying consistent requires that “you choose yourself” and consider “how bad do I want to feel good today?”

If you’re finding it difficult to get into a routine, try pivoting your focus from the habit itself to the way that the habit manifests in your life, or how it helps you be better. Then, as Wood-Tepperberg advised, go from there.

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Martha Zaytoun


Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.