The Workout You Should Try, According to Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Amanda Montell

Urban Outfitters

Finding a workout plan you can actually stick to is the million-dollar challenge. Your friends tell you they're obsessed with cycling, or hiking, or rowing, so then you try it, but after two weeks, you're back to your sedentary lifestyle. What gives?

Well, it might just be your personality. Now, in reality, we know that the real secret to sticking with a fitness regimen long-term is good old-fashioned daily discipline. But experts agree that finding a workout that meshes with your personality is also key.

To help you find a fitness plan that will complement who you are as a person (yes, it's possible!), we analysed the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types and carefully selected a workout routine that would work best for each one. (If you don't know what your personality type is yet, then take the Myers-Briggs test!)

Curious to see which workout you should choose based on your levels of introversion, emotion, judgment, and more? Just keep scrolling!

Don't trust Myers-Briggs? Next, find out the best workout for your zodiac sign.

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