#Wake Up with Determination. Go to Bed with Satisfaction.
#Three Months from Now, You will Thank Yourself.
#A Good Workout is a form of Self-Respect.
#Don’t Scales Define You???
#Eating Fit Message for You - Be Fit...Because You Deserved It.
In this bold, fitness-driven world, your benefits include being strong, looking fantastic, and feeling even better. Life is good. If you are one of the minorities of people who regularly go to a gym for exercise, then congratulations! It means you have the right priorities and terrific discipline.
A healthy exercise and workout habit should blend fun and fitness, effort with results. Instead of dreading the gym, learn to streamline the process using these healthy exercise habits to get more out of a workout than ever before.
Want to feel better, have more energy, and even add years to your life? Just Exercise.
The health benefits of regular exercise or workout and physical activity are hard to ignore. Everyone benefits from exercise or workout, regardless of age, physical ability. We all know by now that maintaining an active lifestyle should be one of our top priorities in life. Only by taking care of ourselves do we stand a chance of being the kind of person we strive to be on the job, at home with our loved ones, and in our communities. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Work, in particular, can get in the way of working out – in fact, there is a big paradox going on, and it becomes more obvious the more challenging a job gets: On one hand, we struggle to find time to work out; on the other, we can’t afford to not exercise because it is integral to sustained success.
Need more convincing to get moving? Check out some ways exercise or workout can lead to a happier, healthier you: 1. Know Your Limits:
Seriously, know your personal limits. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen somebody give up too early or get hurt during training or racing because they simply had no idea what their real thresholds were. The whole idea behind training and/or competing is to push your thresholds to the limits to fulfill your potential. If you don’t know what your limits are, how can you possibly know what your potential is?? 2. No Pain, No Gain:
You would think that this myth has been beaten to death or at least shooed from popularity, but I hear it surprisingly often from people who honestly believe that they need to kill themselves every day during training to maximize their workouts. DON’T DO THAT!!!! 3. Stay with Low-Carb Diet:
True, monitoring carbs intake is one of the best ways to play around with your weight, but does it really work in the long run??? Ask yourself how long can you stay away from carbs? I believe that your eating has to be a lifelong process and you need to make healthy choices that you can sustain. 4. Create Variety In Your Training:
Any good training regimen needs to include a mix of cardio, weights, freehand, interval training, etc…. you need to change your routine to not only add variety but also to train your body from different angles which will show better results and also beat boredom. 5. Set Realistic Goals:
I have found the best way to work towards improving your fitness is to set realistic goals. This simply means that you need to know your body – its strengths and limitations. Set goals which are specific, measurable, and achievable. 6. You Cannot Spot Check Fat:
The fact about fat is that fat tissue and muscle tissue are different. The only way to reduce fat percent in your body is to build muscle which increases your metabolic rate and burns more calories, you cannot lose fat from certain areas. If you have a tendency to put on fat in a certain area it will only go once your overall fat percent in the body has dropped. It is a combination of strength training, cardio, and a good diet plan that will help you lose that fat.