Deciding to take on a healthier lifestyle and start working out more is a big step. Many find adopting this new lifestyle change can be very fulfilling and rewarding, but it can be challenging at first.
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TAKE IT SLOW
Doing too much too soon can not only be
dangerous, but you could easily lose you
motivation to keep it up.
Adopting it into your life and schedule is
going to take some baby-steps.
Too much too soon can lead to serious
injury and doesn’t allow a safe rate of
To avoid this, take things slow and
gradually build up over your fitness plan.
LISTEN TO YOUR BODY
Its normal to feel a bit of soreness and
discomfort when just starting a new
workout plan, but many beginners
make the mistake of ignoring the other
serious pains that may accompany the
If the aches and pains intensify, listen
to your body and take a break for
Ignoring this pains and continuing your
workout will lead to worse injuries and
will definitely take more than a couple
days to recover from.
PICK THE RIGHT
Getting the right shoes or footwear and
regularly replacing them can prevent
injury. Depending on the workouts you
do will determine the support you need.
Going for a run and participating in a
studio fitness class require two
completely different types of footwear.
KEEP TRACK OF
Take notes of the exercises you did,
the weights you used, and how many
reps you did. It’s also a good idea to
track your physique by taking
pictures and doing weigh-ins.
By keeping track of your progress,
you can see if you should make any
changes if no improvements were
made or to keep doing what you’re
doing if you plan has been
HAVE A PLAN
To get the best out of your fitness journey,
you need to have a workout plan.
Avoid roaming aimlessly around the gym
wondering what to do next by finding a
beginner’s program online or from a
personal trainer to get you started.
By having a plan to follow, you’ll have an
easier time keeping track of your progress
and following a program helps to stay
motivated from week to week.
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