Fitness For Beginners

Most people start with a reason; A new year, new fitness resolutions

Starting a new workout routine or a new “diet” can be challenging. Especially when you don’t know where to start… 

You’ll want to help your whole body promote endurance, balance and core strength. All you need is a little bit of floor space and a timer… 

Complete each exercise for 30 seconds, then rest for one minute… Go through all exercises first, then go through them one to two additional times… As these exercises become easier, you can increase your work intervals by 15-30 seconds, or decrease your rest intervals by 5-30 seconds.

The most important thing is not the specifics of a workout plan or the details of a diet (though these are very important), but how you look at your fitness journey… The main problem is that most people look at fitness in a extremely incorrect way. That’s why they fail, not because it’s hard or exhausting… I mean, you can’t look at diet or exercise as a short-term ordeal that ends at some point and become out of shape again… It must be seen as long-term lifestyle change… 

I know sounds kind of scary, but it’s actually not a big deal when you think about it, and once you start seeing results you will be motivated to continue, and realize that this is easy…

Most people start dieting and exercise, they think they need to become an extremists, they try to work out 2 times a day, 7 days a week, or go on some crazy diet where they eat 500 calories per day… They hurt themselves, get sick or just hate life in general, and they fail. Then they get discouraged… 

Go at you own pace, everyone’s a bit different and everyone has their own fitness start level… Even the greats had to begin somewhere… Just ensure that the exercises are being done properly, with good form… 

 

Listen to your body and have fun with it!