I have had several people tell me that they often put off their workouts and try to get other things done because they sort of dread it. They are always glad once they have done the workout, but they allow it to loom over them for some time before getting to it.
Those of you who do, or have done, this, let me give you a word of advice:
Whenever you have this feeling come over you...a dread of the upcoming workout, a tendency to put it off, DON'T. (profound, huh?) Any time you can feel yourself doing this ATTACK YOUR WORKOUT. Get angry at those feelings. Don't let them have power over you.
Hit your workout so hard that those feelings know they have no place in you. Let it be a motivating factor for you. As soon as feelings of nervousness or dread come into you when thinking about your workout, do not put off your workout--face it head on as soon as you can. Drive those feelings out by pushing through your workout.
Pretty soon you will have retrained your brain and body that there is nothing to fear but fear itself. (thank you JFK :) ).
Attack your workout---you're sure to win.