When it comes to working out, kicking your laziness to the curb and showing up is the hardest part. Most of us try setting resolutions or promise ourselves that we will redeem ourselves, come Monday. If you fall into this I-want-to-workout-but-dont-know-where-to-start category, dont stress. Weve rounded up five tips that motivate you to move your body and make the rest of the year your fittest one, yet.Sneak it into your dayMost of us find it hard to dedicate a particular time to work out every single day so, make it simple. Try to sneak in movement into your day. If you have to get on a call with someone, do that while walking around the room. Set an alarm on your phone to get up and stretch every hour or take a short break to get in some steps. Squat while you brush your teeth or do a wall sit while heating your food in the microwave. Remember, doing something is better than doing nothing at all.Dont force, motivateWhile being disciplined with your workouts is essential, it is also important to take a break now and then. Do what you can, when you can and youll notice youre getting in more movement that way. If you want to go for a walk, do that, or if youre struggling with soreness or stiffness, cut yourself some slack. Setting a routine and sticking to it is a requirement more than that, note that you will stick to it only if it is sustainable in the long run.Set small goalsTiny goals like getting in 5,000 steps a day or holding a plank for 20 seconds can go a long way in making you realise that fitness is accessible and possible. This will positively reinforce you to turn up for yourself and make you feel more accomplished. Small goals = Big moves.Remember how you feel post-workoutThere are very few things that make us feel as refreshed as a good workout does so keep that feeling in mind. Just moving and getting your blood flowing is better than doing nothing. So go ahead, do it!Line up a great workout playlistJust when you think you cant do one more burpee or sit up, the right high-energy song will pump you up. Ask your friends for their workout playlist and mix it up with yours to get a tempo that keeps you going.