The fall is when the days get chillier, and it starts getting darker earlier. Both these characteristics, among others, make people less likely to start or maintain their exercise regimens. However, getting excited about staying active in the autumn is easier than it seems, especially when keeping the benefits in mind.
Generally speaking, everybody knows what goals are. A goal is something you wish to achieve, or, according to Merriam-Webster, a goal is “the end toward which effort is directed.” You might think that it would be as simple as that. After all, we should trust such a renowned source like Merriam-Webster, shouldn’t we? Alas, social media and internet culture have created whole new meanings to words that we might not have ever considered before.
There is a general consensus among many gym goers that the early morning workout lovers are an odd bunch. Waking up at 5am to travel (in the dark) to the gym before work is a ritual that most people happily avoid, and with good reason! Of course, there are many benefits to training early in the morning — and for some people, work and family commitments make it impossible to train at any other time. In this article, we are going to help those of you who suddenly need to start training early to adjust to this new routine. Read more
Here is a truth we all need to face: our goals are not days or months away from us. Usually, they take years.
In today’s consumer society that wants instant gratification, “instant” solutions do very well. The “Six Minute Six Pack” and the like attract masses of people who sometimes don’t know that what is promised is impossible. And even if they do know, they may try it anyway — we’re very good at convincing ourselves.
Do we want to believe that results can come without putting in real, consistent effort over a period of time? Maybe we do. Maybe there’s something inside of us that subconsciously guides us toward easy solutions.
However, if you want to enjoy real, long-term improvements in your looks, health, and general well-being, read on.
Thirty day challenges are popular because they involve pushing yourself and your body in a way that you can sustain for the short-term. While this may not a long-term plan, it helps jump start good habits. Results are motivating, and a 30-day challenge is a great way to see results. The beauty of a 30-day challenge is that it can be anything you want it to be. In order to create the perfect challenge for you, consider your goals, set realistic expectations, mix and match plans, make your plan, and celebrate any success.
Luckily, they have also brought numberless opportunities to diversify our workout. We can use apps to monitor and track our sports-related metrics and benefit from thousands of planned training sessions.
But with so many mobile apps on the market, it’s hard to decide which one is the app we seek.
I get asked this all the time: What is the secret to health? My answer: There is no secret! I always start my patients with a simple plan to get and stay healthy. Regardless of your illness, this plan will get you started on changing your life!
Everyone’s wish or New Year’s resolution is to stay healthy and exercise. But mostly people forget about it altogether when they’re caught up in their daily routines. If you’re not used to working out often, you may find it difficult to find the motivation to start doing it on a regular basis. Many people don’t like exercising. It can be painful, tiresome, and it’s not very fun — but these are all excuses, and we know that. That’s okay! We are here to show you that working out can actually be fun with the right mindset. Check out a few of our top tips below: Read more