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What's your workout commitment style?

The best kind of workout is the one you'll stick to 🤸‍♀️ Take this quick quiz to find out what workout routine best fits your personality. So that you can actually make working out a consistent part of your life.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    Which '80s fitness trend are you?
    • A.
      Jazzercise. I'll pump you up with attitude and style.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Fun & Fabulous)
    • B.
      Step aerobics. I'm always stepping up my game. 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Short & Sweet)
    • C.
      Bowflex. Like an entire at-home gym with minimal equipment...I'm extremely efficient and practical.  
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mindful & Meaningful)
    • D.
      Racquetball. I'm the popular social sport that people just love.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Soulful & Serene)
  • 2.
    Which celebrity friendship best expresses your relationship with working out?
    • A.
      Jamie Foxx and Tom Cruise. We used to be friends, then things got tense. We're sorta okay now. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. We are total BFFs and everyone knows it! We're basically a match made in heaven. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. We invented the celebrity feud. It's not exactly a healthy relationship. Don't wanna talk about it. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart. We're an odd couple, and sometimes we don't see each other for a while. But it kind of works!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 3.
    What song pumps you up when you're getting your sweat on?
    • A.
      "Party" by Beyonce "I may be young, but I'm ready / To give you all my love." 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Fun & Fabulous)
    • B.
      "Dog Days are Over" by Florence + the Machine "Run fast for your mother run fast for your father / Run for your children for your sisters and brothers."
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Soulful & Serene)
    • C.
      “We Built This City” by Starship "Built this city/ We built this city on rock and roll." 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Short & Sweet)
    • D.
      "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" by Daft Punk "Work it harder, make it better / Do it faster, makes us stronger." 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mindful & Meaningful)
  • 4.
    Where do you MOST enjoy working out?
    • A.
      I love being in my own space. Streaming workouts are my fave, because they don't take extra time out of my day.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Short & Sweet)
    • B.
      Outdoors, please! Nature time + workout time = the best combo ever.  
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mindful & Meaningful)
    • C.
      At a yoga studio. I love the community support of a great yoga studio. 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Soulful & Serene)
    • D.
      Wherever my friends are. We love trying out group classes...and ridiculous fitness trends for a laugh.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Fun & Fabulous)
  • 5.
    What outcome feels most exciting to you about working out consistently?
    • A.
      Who couldn't use some more energy?
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Endorphins, baby! Give me the mood boost. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I want to feel more comfortable in my own skin. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Honestly? I just want to look my best.
      (Correlates to: )
    • E.
      I want to increase my mobility, flexibility, and endurance.  
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    You're in the best shape of your life! How are you going to celebrate?
    • A.
      I'm going to get myself a new outfit. Those skinny jeans have got my number.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I'm going to treat myself to a crazy decadent meal. My metabolism is on fire. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I'm going to train for a more intense fitness goal. I'm ready for my marathon!
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I'm going to run around after my kids. I can finally keep up with them!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    You just won a fitness focused vacation! Where are you going to go?
    • A.
      You know I'm booking a ticket to that ecstatic dance retreat in Ibiza. It's gonna to be a party!
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Fun & Fabulous)
    • B.
      I'm going to hike along the gorgeous California coast at Big Sur. I can see those views already! 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mindful & Meaningful)
    • C.
      I'm going on a kung-fu retreat in Thailand. Because sometimes you just have to punch it out! 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Short & Sweet)
    • D.
      I'm pumped to do my yoga teacher training in Bali. What a beautiful place to nourish myself!
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Soulful & Serene)
  • 8.
    What's the hardest part about sticking to a workout routine?
    • A.
      I have trouble fitting exercise into my schedule.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I find it hard to move my body, because I'm afraid of injury. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I haven't found a kind of fitness that really lights me up.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I don't feel confident in my body, so it's hard to get things going.
      (Correlates to: )
    • E.
      I actually exercise consistently, and I feel great about it. 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 9.
    What quote about movement MOST motivates you? 
    • A.
      “You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them.” — Michael Jordan
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Short & Sweet)
    • B.
      “Find fitness with fun dancing. It is fun and makes you forget about the dreaded exercise." — Paula Abdul 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Fun & Fabulous)
    • C.
      You have to think it before you can do it. The mind is what makes it all possible." — Kai Greene 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mindful & Meaningful)
    • D.
      “An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day” — Henry David Thoreau 
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Soulful & Serene)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your Style is… Short & Sweet
    You are a powerful go-getter with the to-do list of champions. You love setting goals and then smashing them. Because achievement totally fills you up. Short, sweet, no-nonsense workouts are up your alley. Think a 10-minute high intensity cardio video that you can easily fit in between other activities on your packed schedule. Especially great when the moves are only 30 seconds long. Because you don't like boring workouts.You’re all about workouts that are effective and pack a punch.You're not fussy about how and where you get in that workout, the most important thing is fitting it into your busy schedule. With your powerful drive, committing to exercise becomes easier when you set a goal. Looking to build muscle in a particular area? Want to get longer and leaner? Officially setting your strong goal keeps you motivated. Bonus points for telling people in your life that you're making it happen. Here's a tip to keep you motivated:Although goals work well for you, remember to enjoy the process. The more you make exercise part of your routine, the more working out can become a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of your day. Let exercise be a place to let off steam and decompress. "I hate every minute of training. But I said, 'Don't Quit.' Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion." — Mohammad AliWHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY!Here Are the 3 Tips You Need To Be Consistent with Your Workouts1. Just show upProbably the hardest part about exercising consistently is just showing up. If you can get yourself to the mat, to the gym, into workout clothes...you're going to feel a mini boost of pride in yourself. That boost can be enough to keep you going.It can help to say to yourself that you're only going to work out for 5 minutes. You may want to do more than that when you're actually there. Committing to doing something small is way easier than committing to an hour-long sweat session. Which brings us to the next tip...2. Some is better than noneLots of people don't exercise because they think if they can't do an hour five or six days a week, then it's not working out. But in reality, 15 minutes is better than no minutes. So is 5. Let go of the need to do a perfectly long and complete workout. Instead, commit to consistency, even if it's just a little every day. You may be amazed by how quickly the body can adapt with just a little bit of movement every day. The results can be incredible. 3. Play the long gameWe've all been there. January rolls around, and you sign up for the newest, craziest, most intense workout regime on the planet. How long do you stick to it? If you're like most people...you don't stick around for long. That's why it's important to be patient. Although some positive changes might happen quickly, it's the long-term benefits of exercise that are worth staying around for.The most important thing about making exercise part of your lifestyle is choosing a way to honestly fit exercise into your life. So instead of signing up for the new year-new you boot camp, be honest with yourself about what your body needs. Is it time to push yourself in a healthy way to build up endurance and juice up those muscles? Or is it time to go slow, gentle and gradually move into more rigorous exercise (if that's what you really want)? It's ALL about trusting and listening to your body. Let's Warm It Up!Hi friend, I'm Marina Prince, personal trainer, keto expert, and functional fitness coach. I grew up loving movement, especially dance. But you know what? My body type didn't exactly fit the mold of a classical dancer. Over time, I realized that the limiting beliefs I had about my body (and my body type) were holding me back from really enjoying movement.It's my goal to help people move their bodies from a place of freedom, ease and joy. As an online personal trainer and coach, I help people achieve their healthy fitness goals. I share exercise styles that will truly light you up based on your personal blueprint. I've worked with thousands of people over the last 10 years to find more mobility, strength, and peace with their bodies. I'm excited to help you set and crush your movement goals. In a way that feels happy and healthy for you!HIGH INTENSITY HEALTH⚡✨Check Out These Resources to Pump Up Your Fitness routine... In Record Time✨⚡1. Get free workouts on my Youtube Channel, Marina Fitness. I share new 10-20 minute workouts every week, so that you can fit in a little movement each and every day. Check out my library of workouts to suit your every mood. I also share a suggested weekly playlist in my Instagram Stories.2. Join my weekly LIVE Workout: Move with Marina. Each Sunday, I share a live workout class via Zoom. The community is super supportive, and the tunes are always poppin'. Many of my students say that this class is the one thing that keeps them accountable to their workout goals.3. Need some extra motivation? Book a call with me. In just 20 minutes, we can nail down your goals, discover the perfect exercise styles for you, and create a custom plan to get you going.😎 Stick Around For The Cool Down 😎 I hope these results are pumping you up to ignite your exercise routine! Head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. Over the next week, I'm going to be sending you some more resources to get you moving and shaking, my friend.Remember, it doesn't have to be a huge shift… simply committing to a little movement every day will feed your body. Even a stretch break helps. I really believe that moving your body is an act of love. Because movement brings us home to our true strength.🎉 Here's to making movement fun. And to seeing the results... in every aspect of your life! 🎉
  • 2.
    Your Style is… Fun & Fabulous
    You are the life of the party. As a social butterfly, you add fresh energy to any situation. It's easiest for you to commit to workouts that are fun, spirited, and social. You’re motivated by having a good time. Not to mention the ability to show off your super-chic workout gear. In fact, investing in workout clothes that light you up actually helps you show up. So does making working out a social engagement. From team sports to the hot new group fitness class, you commit when working out is a hang-date. Because you are an artistic and free spirit, you're also pumped up by workout styles that are expressive and creative. That may be dance, yoga, or qi-gong. You enjoy workouts that celebrate your body. Strapped for time? A great shortcut for you is taking 10-minute dance breaks throughout your day. Play your favorite tunes and dance your heart out. You'd be surprised how quickly those 10-minute intervals can add up!Here are some tips for you to love working out more: Because you're naturally very social and relationship-driven, you may defer to your friends when choosing a work-out. So really check in with your body. What kind of movement would make you feel alive? Although you're a very visual person, remember that working out can nourish and support you from the inside out. It's not about how you look, it's about how you feel. “Any kind of dancing is better than no dancing at all." — Lynda BarrWHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY!Here Are the 3 Tips You Need To Be Consistent with Your Workouts1. Just show upProbably the hardest part about exercising consistently is just showing up. If you can get yourself to the mat, to the gym, into workout clothes...you're going to feel a mini boost of pride in yourself. That boost can be enough to keep you going.It can help to say to yourself that you're only going to work out for 5 minutes. You may want to do more than that when you're actually there. Committing to doing something small is way easier than committing to an hour-long sweat session. Which brings us to the next tip...2. Some is better than noneLots of people don't exercise because they think if they can't do an hour five or six days a week, then it's not working out. But in reality, 15 minutes is better than no minutes. So is 5. Let go of the need to do a perfectly long and complete workout. Instead, commit to consistency, even if it's just a little every day. You may be amazed by how quickly the body can adapt with just a little bit of movement every day. The results can be incredible. 3. Play the long gameWe've all been there. January rolls around, and you sign up for the newest, craziest, most intense workout regime on the planet. How long do you stick to it? If you're like most people...you don't stick around for long. That's why it's important to be patient. Although some positive changes might happen quickly, it's the long-term benefits of exercise that are worth staying around for.The most important thing about making exercise part of your lifestyle is choosing a way to honestly fit exercise into your life. So instead of signing up for the new year-new you boot camp, be honest with yourself about what your body needs. Is it time to push yourself in a healthy way to build up endurance and juice up those muscles? Or is it time to go slow, gentle and gradually move into more rigorous exercise (if that's what you really want)? It's ALL about trusting and listening to your body. Let's Warm It Up!Hi friend, I'm Marina Prince, personal trainer, keto expert, and functional fitness coach. I grew up loving movement, especially dance. But you know what? My body type didn't exactly fit the mold of a classical dancer. Over time, I realized that the limiting beliefs I had about my body (and my body type) were holding me back from really enjoying movement.It's my goal to help people move their bodies from a place of freedom, ease and joy. As an online personal trainer and coach, I help people achieve their healthy fitness goals. I share exercise styles that will truly light you up based on your personal blueprint. I've worked with thousands of people over the last 10 years to find more mobility, strength, and peace with their bodies. I'm excited to help you set and crush your movement goals. In a way that feels happy and healthy for you!HIGH INTENSITY HEALTH⚡✨Check Out These Resources to Pump Up Your Fitness routine... In Record Time✨⚡1. Get free workouts on my Youtube Channel, Marina Fitness. I share new 10-20 minute workouts every week, so that you can fit in a little movement each and every day. Check out my library of workouts to suit your every mood. I also share a suggested weekly playlist in my Instagram Stories.2. Join my weekly LIVE Workout: Move with Marina. Each Sunday, I share a live workout class via Zoom. The community is super supportive, and the tunes are always poppin'. Many of my students say that this class is the one thing that keeps them accountable to their workout goals.3. Need some extra motivation? Book a call with me. In just 20 minutes, we can nail down your goals, discover the perfect exercise styles for you, and create a custom plan to get you going.😎 Stick Around For The Cool Down 😎I hope these results are pumping you up to ignite your exercise routine! Head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. Over the next week, I'm going to be sending you some more resources to get you moving and shaking, my friend.Remember, it doesn't have to be a huge shift… simply committing to a little movement every day will feed your body. Even a stretch break helps. I really believe that moving your body is an act of love. Because movement brings us home to our true strength.🎉 Here's to making movement fun. And to seeing the results... in every aspect of your life! 🎉
  • 3.
    Your Style is... Soulful & Serene
    Oh hey, my soulful friend! Grounding and mindful movement styles were made for you. Because you're community-oriented, working out with friends really helps you to stay motivated.For you, working out isn't just about how you look...it's about honing your relationship with your body. Relationship is a key word...because you're all about making authentic connections.That means that you can really commit when you schedule your workouts with a friend, or take in a group class. You feed off of the energy of a community.You may not be one to train super intensely. Instead workouts that ground you into your body like yoga, dance, and strength training will put you at ease. Since you like going deep, workouts that are deeply strengthening like pilates, barre, and light weight-training help you connect to your body. Here's a tip to deepen your exercise experience:Although you're naturally very gregarious, it can be a great challenge for you to exercise on your own from time to time. This will help you to focus on your form, and really discover what your body wants you to know. “The reason I exercise is for the quality of life that I enjoy” — Kenneth H. CooperWHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY!Here Are the 3 Tips You Need To Be Consistent with Your Workouts1. Just show upProbably the hardest part about exercising consistently is just showing up. If you can get yourself to the mat, to the gym, into workout clothes...you're going to feel a mini boost of pride in yourself. That boost can be enough to keep you going.It can help to say to yourself that you're only going to work out for 5 minutes. You may want to do more than that when you're actually there. Committing to doing something small is way easier than committing to an hour-long sweat session. Which brings us to the next tip...2. Some is better than noneLots of people don't exercise because they think if they can't do an hour five or six days a week, then it's not working out. But in reality, 15 minutes is better than no minutes. So is 5. Let go of the need to do a perfectly long and complete workout. Instead, commit to consistency, even if it's just a little every day. You may be amazed by how quickly the body can adapt with just a little bit of movement every day. The results can be incredible. 3. Play the long gameWe've all been there. January rolls around, and you sign up for the newest, craziest, most intense workout regime on the planet. How long do you stick to it? If you're like most people...you don't stick around for long. That's why it's important to be patient. Although some positive changes might happen quickly, it's the long-term benefits of exercise that are worth staying around for.The most important thing about making exercise part of your lifestyle is choosing a way to honestly fit exercise into your life. So instead of signing up for the new year-new you boot camp, be honest with yourself about what your body needs. Is it time to push yourself in a healthy way to build up endurance and juice up those muscles? Or is it time to go slow, gentle and gradually move into more rigorous exercise (if that's what you really want)? It's ALL about trusting and listening to your body. Let's Warm It Up!Hi friend, I'm Marina Prince, personal trainer, keto expert, and functional fitness coach. I grew up loving movement, especially dance. But you know what? My body type didn't exactly fit the mold of a classical dancer. Over time, I realized that the limiting beliefs I had about my body (and my body type) were holding me back from really enjoying movement.It's my goal to help people move their bodies from a place of freedom, ease and joy. As an online personal trainer and coach, I help people achieve their healthy fitness goals. I share exercise styles that will truly light you up based on your personal blueprint. I've worked with thousands of people over the last 10 years to find more mobility, strength, and peace with their bodies. I'm excited to help you set and crush your movement goals. In a way that feels happy and healthy for you!HIGH INTENSITY HEALTH⚡✨Check Out These Resources to Pump Up Your Fitness routine... In Record Time✨⚡1. Get free workouts on my Youtube Channel, Marina Fitness. I share new 10-20 minute workouts every week, so that you can fit in a little movement each and every day. Check out my library of workouts to suit your every mood. I also share a suggested weekly playlist in my Instagram Stories.2. Join my weekly LIVE Workout: Move with Marina. Each Sunday, I share a live workout class via Zoom. The community is super supportive, and the tunes are always poppin'. Many of my students say that this class is the one thing that keeps them accountable to their workout goals.3. Need some extra motivation? Book a call with me. In just 20 minutes, we can nail down your goals, discover the perfect exercise styles for you, and create a custom plan to get you going.😎 Stick Around For The Cool Down 😎I hope these results are pumping you up to ignite your exercise routine! Head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. Over the next week, I'm going to be sending you some more resources to get you moving and shaking, my friend.Remember, it doesn't have to be a huge shift… simply committing to a little movement every day will feed your body. Even a stretch break helps. I really believe that moving your body is an act of love. Because movement brings us home to our true strength.🎉 Here's to making movement fun. And to seeing the results... in every aspect of your life! 🎉
  • 4.
    Your Style is… Mindful & Meaningful
    You’re smart, thoughtful, and deep. An exercise style that allows you to connect your mind and body will keep you motivated. Because it'll keep you fascinated. Because of your independent nature, working out on your own totally suits you. It helps you to refine your mind-body connection.You are also spurred on by your own improvements. As you stay consistent, and start seeing the benefits of exercise...you're going to get inspired to keep going. Your logical and analytical brain also likes having a system in place for working out. Ways to track and systemize your project will motivate you. So consider getting a fitbit, or another tool where you can monitor your progress. You tend to commit to your calendar appointments with yourself. So put your workouts into your calendar! You work hard, and you deserve to nourish your body as much as you feed your mind. You’re motivated by exercise styles that really engage your higher thinking. Form is also super important to you. For that reason, exercises like running, and swimming work well for you. You may also enjoy movement forms like tai chi, Pilates, and Iyengar yoga which can help you fine-tune your mind-body relationship. Here's a tip for you to get the most out of exercising…Although you do very well with structures and systems in place, it also helps you to let go of perfectionism. You don't always have to workout for an hour to see results. Be kind to yourself. You can use the body-mind connection you're developing to really check in with your energy levels on a given day, and then choose a form of movement that reflects how you're feeling. "True enjoyment comes from activity of the mind and exercise of the body; the two are ever united." – Wilhelm von HumboldtWHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY!Here Are the 3 Tips You Need To Be Consistent with Your Workouts1. Just show upProbably the hardest part about exercising consistently is just showing up. If you can get yourself to the mat, to the gym, into workout clothes...you're going to feel a mini boost of pride in yourself. That boost can be enough to keep you going.It can help to say to yourself that you're only going to work out for 5 minutes. You may want to do more than that when you're actually there. Committing to doing something small is way easier than committing to an hour-long sweat session. Which brings us to the next tip...2. Some is better than noneLots of people don't exercise because they think if they can't do an hour five or six days a week, then it's not working out. But in reality, 15 minutes is better than no minutes. So is 5. Let go of the need to do a perfectly long and complete workout. Instead, commit to consistency, even if it's just a little every day. You may be amazed by how quickly the body can adapt with just a little bit of movement every day. The results can be incredible. 3. Play the long gameWe've all been there. January rolls around, and you sign up for the newest, craziest, most intense workout regime on the planet. How long do you stick to it? If you're like most people...you don't stick around for long. That's why it's important to be patient. Although some positive changes might happen quickly, it's the long-term benefits of exercise that are worth staying around for.The most important thing about making exercise part of your lifestyle is choosing a way to honestly fit exercise into your life. So instead of signing up for the new year-new you boot camp, be honest with yourself about what your body needs. Is it time to push yourself in a healthy way to build up endurance and juice up those muscles? Or is it time to go slow, gentle and gradually move into more rigorous exercise (if that's what you really want)? It's ALL about trusting and listening to your body. Let's Warm It Up!Hi friend, I'm Marina Prince, personal trainer, keto expert, and functional fitness coach. I grew up loving movement, especially dance. But you know what? My body type didn't exactly fit the mold of a classical dancer. Over time, I realized that the limiting beliefs I had about my body (and my body type) were holding me back from really enjoying movement.It's my goal to help people move their bodies from a place of freedom, ease and joy. As an online personal trainer and coach, I help people achieve their healthy fitness goals. I share exercise styles that will truly light you up based on your personal blueprint. I've worked with thousands of people over the last 10 years to find more mobility, strength, and peace with their bodies. I'm excited to help you set and crush your movement goals. In a way that feels happy and healthy for you!HIGH INTENSITY HEALTH⚡✨Check Out These Resources to Pump Up Your Fitness routine... In Record Time✨⚡1. Get free workouts on my Youtube Channel, Marina Fitness. I share new 10-20 minute workouts every week, so that you can fit in a little movement each and every day. Check out my library of workouts to suit your every mood. I also share a suggested weekly playlist in my Instagram Stories.2. Join my weekly LIVE Workout: Move with Marina. Each Sunday, I share a live workout class via Zoom. The community is super supportive, and the tunes are always poppin'. Many of my students say that this class is the one thing that keeps them accountable to their workout goals.3. Need some extra motivation? Book a call with me. In just 20 minutes, we can nail down your goals, discover the perfect exercise styles for you, and create a custom plan to get you going.😎 Stick Around For The Cool Down 😎I hope these results are pumping you up to ignite your exercise routine! Head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. Over the next week, I'm going to be sending you some more resources to get you moving and shaking, my friend.Remember, it doesn't have to be a huge shift… simply committing to a little movement every day will feed your body. Even a stretch break helps. I really believe that moving your body is an act of love. Because movement brings us home to our true strength.🎉 Here's to making movement fun. And to seeing the results... in every aspect of your life! 🎉