Working out is not always easy. It can be even more difficult when you are doing it on your own and don't have a workout buddy or personal trainer to help keep you motivated and accountable. Sometimes it is easier to keep putting off the workout if you don't have a set time to meet someone for your workout. You put it off again and again until the day is over, then the next day is over, and before you know it the week is over. You should not be completely dependent on a workout partner but having one can help enormously. Working out with a partner is usually more fun and there is always at least some competition between each other to push you to your best performance. It can make working out less lonely and more social, as long as the socializing doesn't overshadow the workouts themselves. If you don't have a workout partner, try going to some group exercise classes at your local gym or recreation center. Also, if you workout enough in the same place, you are bound to find a workout partner with similar schedules and goals. Some gyms even have community bulletin boards and I've seen many people posting that they are looking for workout partners. Whatever your approach, you will get better results working with somebody else. Try it out today and take your fitness to another level!