Where you work out and how you set your goals reflects in your lifestyle. Setting goals and who would get you there is a personal experience. The key to sticking to a workout plan is making it a habit; incorporating small changes and change how you think about your body.
Make it Personal; Make it a Priority. Our bodies were meant to move, no matter age or fitness level. In order to "move" the way we were designed, we sometimes need to look past the obvious symptoms and look at the person and the lifestyle as a whole.
Want to get your workout done in under 30 minutes? Kick-start your cardio with a unique, fat-burning High Intensity Training (HIT) routine. HIT is a training technique which involves intense bursts of high-intensity exercise followed by varied periods of low-intensity active rest, or complete rest. The true benefits of HIT come from its effects post-workout.
Creating a healthy lifestyle starts with what we eat. If a diet plan claims that it will cause rapid weight loss, has extreme limitations, requires specific food combinations, uses a rigid menu or claims that there is no need to exercise, it isn’t a healthy eating lifestyle. Focus on changing your eating habits over a longer period of time and take small steps toward a healthy eating lifestyle.
Physical fitness improves your quality of life. A large body of research shows that regular physical activity lowers blood pressure, cholesterol and the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer. To improve your quality of life and overall well-being, we must Regernate, Rejuvenate and Rebuild our hurting bodies.