So the new year has started already past 10 days. Of course, you thought of joining the fancy gym in your city. Ready to be fit and be a mark of fitness among the known.
But all this enthusiasm maybe by extension stayed for what a week or 2 days give or take. And now have started cheating and back to the same guy as the one in 2019.
But Either way now is the time to exercise.
But if you’re new to exercise or have tried getting fit in the past only to stop and give up a few months later, then this blog is for you.
It’s really common to go over-indulge in December and then set unachievable goals as a response come to the New Year.
Cutting out all carbs, dramatic weight loss plans and doing excessive amounts of exercise are all going to set you up to fail.
Instead, it really pays to take a step back, and make a plan that is challenging, but also realistic and personal to you.
To help you find your new level of fitness – and make sure you stick to it – we’ve made a list of the fitness goals you should be making for 2020, for a faster, stronger and better year all round.
And remember – don’t try to do all of them at once. Pick one, start to work on it and then when you feel ready, move onto the next one.
HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR YOU TO FIT IN 2020.
If your ultimate goal is only to get fit and stay healthy then working out at home is the best option you can try.
This not only can save time or give you privacy but can also save you money.
And remember you don’t need to bring the whole gym at your home. You just need a couple of sets of dumbbells, some kit and a weight bench.
This not only will build your strength but also your confidence.
2. BE CONSISTENT-
The key to being successful at anything is discipline. Always be consistent and determined with you workout and fitness. Though you can take rest for a day to let your muscles grow but don’t take a long break.
This will help you get into good habits as well as ensure you keep improving. It doesn’t matter whether you’re upping your strength or cardio, progression comes with a firm foundation.
So, make a plan, add it into your phone. Tell everyone around you, for a sure way to get yourself moving.
3. SET EVERY DAY SAMLL GOALS-
Setting small goals can always let you achieve some big. For the first day don’t go for a hardcore workout. Do mild weightlifting. Focus more on your stamina first. Jog and do push-ups and pull-ups. Do them in certain sets as they suit you.
don’t get overindulge in same kind of exercise. Perform sets of different exercise.
4. SWEAT MORE-
It can be all too easy to get through each gym session without truly challenging yourself. Remind yourself before you start training, that every workout counts and putting in the effort will really help you reach your goals.
5. Always stretch before working out-
The mistake that most of the people do is start working out without stretching or warming up.
The body muscles are quite contracted after a nights sleep and if you start working out like that only it will not give the result as you expect. Stretching muscles free and give more chance to expand. If you started working out without warming up them you are going to have a lot of pain in your body for 2-3 days.
6. DON’T GIVE UP-
As mentioned in last point “the body pain” major factor for most of us to quit working out but always remember even if you warm-up and stretch you still will have pain may be less but it’s certain. don’t get defeated by it. Always remember the pain is because the building of muscle so it’s a good deal to tolerate a little.
7. SUPPLEMENT YOUR TRAINING-
If one of your goals is to get stronger, then rounding off your main lifts with some supplementary exercises will really help you reach your fitness goals. Training with kettlebells, resistance bands and plyo jump boxes, for example, are all great ways to help you target your weak spots and improve your performance when weightlifting.
8. GET A TRAINING PARTNER-
having someone to workout makes sure you do not cheat as they are always there to pinch you to work you A off. Having someone to train with is a great way to stay motivated. Not only are you less likely to cancel your training sessions, but you’ll have someone to spot you while you bench and squat, as well as give you a bit of friendly competition along the way.
And if you’re new to the gym or want to try out new things, it’s always a lot less intimidating when you have someone with you.
FINAL WORDS OF MOTIVATION- Muhammad Ali once replied to a news reporter at the gym when the reporter asked how many seat-up he does Ali said: “ I don’t count until it starts to hurt”. now just imagine that man started to count when he started to feel pain. That’s what you need to do work like hell ( words from a speech by Arnold).
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