Easy Methods to Make Exercise Happen

 

Tips How To Make Exercise Fun and Easy!

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10 Simple Exercises To Lose Weight At Home

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How To Start Working Out (Motivation For Beginners)

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Trick Yourself into Finding Motivation to Exercise By Using Psychology

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Workout Consistency Made Easy (GET SH!T DONE)

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The Best Workout Motivation Ever Joe Rogan

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What happens inside your body when you exercise?

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Schedule your workouts the same way you plan your week around your favorite TV shows. Yes, you can TiVo those episodes to watch on your time, and—guess what!?—you can do that with a run or power walk, too. Find a time that works for you and make fitness happen! Make it Fun Stop thinking of exercise as something you have to do. Fitness should be fun!

Walk with a pedometer (or a dog). “If you enjoy walking and haven’t exercised for awhile, 10 minutes three times a day will give you. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll be well on the way to making exercise a part of your lifestyle in no time. 1. Make Your Goals Easy. A common mistake many beginners make is to expect too much too early.

I understand. We are a society that’s wired to expect instant results. We want it, and we want it now.

Not later. Easy Ways To Make Exercise Easier Pixabay CCO License We all know just how important exercise is for our wellbeing, especially know that it has been shown that overweight and unfit people are at a greater risk from coronavirus, but for a lot of us, exercise isn’t easy. In his book, Fitness That Works: Simple Moves to Make Exercise Happen From 9 to 5, Sean Foy provides guidance that appeals to everyone in any environment. By leveraging simple yet impactful moves, this book will provide numerous benefits to you.

5 ways to keep your quarantine workout routine going as you head back to work Incorporating daily exercise routines into your new work schedule is easier than you think. Buzz60’s Sean Dowling. Walk or jog in place, do yoga or lift weights, or walk on the treadmill at the gym while you watch your must-see TV shows. Ditch the car.

Spare yourself the parking stress and log some more active time by parking farther away (or even leaving the car at home) and walking or biking to your destination. Take the stairs. 10 ways to get more exercise – without really trying Wish you were fitter but can’t stand the thought of jogging or joining a gym?

These easy steps will make exercise part of. Completely ignoring exercise will make you feel more sluggish and tired while also furthering your poor mood. Simple exercises, even just walking for 12 minutes, can have significant effects on your positive thinking, according to research. Here are some ideas for ways to exercise that are simple and easy: Walking; Dancing; Performing yoga; Cycling. This is a seemingly simple strategy, but I’ve personally found it to make a huge difference to my outlook.

There are lots of ways to practice gratitude, from keeping a journal of things you’re grateful for, sharing three good things that happen each day with a friend or your partner, and going out of your way to show gratitude when others.

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Take a few minutes each day to jog, swim, ride a bicycle (even a stationary bicycle), jump rope, take a walk, or use the stairs instead of the elevator.

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TV Challenge: Before watching TV, exercise or move for 20 seconds (jumping jacks, push-ups, jogging in place, dancing like a jester, etc.).

“Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.” by Stephen Guise
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Selective Entertainment, LLC, 2016

You can do this exercise either indoors or outside.

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Say to yourself, “This is great exercise!”

“50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food” by Susan Albers
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You can do this exercise with a friend or even with a group of friends or family members:

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by Shamash Alidina
Wiley, 2014

• Walk with the treadmill at this slope until your legs begin to feel some fatigue.

“ChiWalking: Fitness Walking for Lifelong Health and Energy” by Danny Dreyer, Katherine Dreyer
from ChiWalking: Fitness Walking for Lifelong Health and Energy
by Danny Dreyer, Katherine Dreyer
Atria Books, 2009

Or create a challenge for yourselves: plan to run the stairs at the local football stadium or do a tough Pilates YouTube video in your living room.

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from Body and Soul: A Girl’s Guide to a Fit, Fun and Fabulous Life
by Bethany Hamilton, Dustin Dillberg
Zondervan, 2014

Perhaps you can get up a little bit early and “work out” in the morning; you may find having a treadmill, or Nordic Track, or even aerobic video at home helps you to make the most out of a limited time for exercise.

“Way to Eat: A Six-step Path to Lifelong Weight Control” by Maura Harrigan Gonzalez
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by Maura Harrigan Gonzalez
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You can start simply by taking small steps to be more active—take the stairs instead of the elevator, go for a thirty-minute walk around your neighborhood, take a small hike around a park with friends, go for a swim, or ride your bike.

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You don’t have to love exercise, you just do it.

“Exercise Is Medicine: How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows Aging” by Judy Foreman
from Exercise Is Medicine: How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows Aging
by Judy Foreman
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2020

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  • Im 22 years old, I’ve been in love with workouts since i was 20 years old. I never quit exercising and keep staying active everyday. Sorry if i had a bad english

  • Day 1: after finishing this exercise I’m breathing like a dog
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    Click on this thumb to remind for next day thank you:)

  • Exercising isn’t the end all be all of making your life perfect. It’s the mentality and changes exercise leads to that will impact you the most, we don’t need to be physically strong or athletic for survival anymore, however the ability to overcome a great obstacle does still matter. The ability to pursue greatness and not settle for averageness matters. The self dedication youll hopefully acquire will matter. If you want to feel better physically and acquire a better mentality then exercise is a fantastic starting point, not to many things will teach you both at once.

  • I am always in best shape whether I exercise or not and no matter how much I eat I never gain weight and that kind of made me lazy. But now I wanna exercise and feels too lazy.

  • Use to go to the gym for 2 years and loved it, then the pandemic took it away, now I continue to work out at home. It’s tough, but I still get that amazing feeling after working out

  • Helping me to find motivation could save my life.. I’m way too overweight or rather OBESE. I Hate that word ugh ��. But it’s true. I keep saying tomorrow I’ll eat right or tomorrow I’ll finally use that exercise app that I’ve had for FOUR MONTHS NOW smh ����‍♀️… Yet still haven’t used the damn thing. Something needs to change today. Or I won’t be alive to see 40.

    Edit:: I even heard that people who have addictive ways/behaviors/personalities do good with adapting to exercising often. It’s like they change one addiction for another. Idk if that’s true but I saw a trainer on tv admit that.

  • Its insane how much working out has mentally enlightened me. Joe is 100% right. You feel invincible. You see things for what they are and you push through them.

  • MY TIPS
    1.
    Drink water for energy I’m the type of person who usually doesn’t have the energy to do exercise but water gives you some steam
    2.
    Walking) you can walk around starting small
    3.
    Jumping jacks starts with 50 jumping jacks a day you will see change
    4.
    Drinking water before meals tell you when you full so you don’t over eat
    5.
    Love the way you are!

  • Hi Liv, how do you get over negative talk when you’re getting into exercising?
    I have a bad relationship with food.
    Whenever I am sad I will eat to overcome the sadness. Now I am getting into exercising because I look horrible in the mirror and my dad said that I look like a fat pig,he said I should really stop eating.
    My progress has been unstable for months, sometimes I am 55kg, and sometimes I am 65kg ( I am 164cm tall). But I did not look good when I was 55kg I lost hair. Now that i am 65kg still gaining, my self confidence has really taking a toll on me. When i exercise, i keep telling myself i cant do it

  • I started with a commitment of 1. I hiked once a week for nearly a year and that was easy when I did for a few weeks then I started increasing and max was 4 a week. I also had some times when I felt so lazy and demotivated but it was not that hard to get back on track. The best thing I did was took before photos and measurements so I can compare. I am now 5kgs lighter, 6cm smaller from waist, 7 minutes faster during hiking. Small progress but there is still a difference. Also mindset, I am also a practicing minimalist so I have mental
    clarity and more time to do other things ��

  • Hi liv,
    I found your food and recipes videos on youtube and I love them. I’m not vegan but it inspires me.
    You are a so inspiring and sympathic! I want to improve my english with youtube videos and you are the perfect person to.
    Dear greets:)

  • This is exactly what I needed to watch, as I was again postponing to go running this morning. I’m gonna put on my trainers right now! Thank you for this video:)

  • Dude I went from 356 the highest I ever weighed to 260, quit going to the gym because I got comfortable. Gained some of it back now with this quarantined. I need to motivate myself back to the grind man. Anyone out their struggling just know you CAN DO IT. CONSISTENCY is the key we should all look for

  • I can clearly understand what you are talking about. Exercise training is not easy even I committed to months and even 2 years of regular jogging I eventually lost motivation and consistency and now after months of atscuses I said enough is enough I want to be more consistent then I ever have been. So I am back into it looking for a routine where I would keep on training. Thank you for your advice. Yes! Goals seems to me like a limited thing and is irrelevant to consistency. You really determined from within to keep going that’s why I see your point! You are correct!

  • Sometimes told me about a car now I know where it came from, you. The concept of the car influence my thinking greatly. You talk about discomfort being a friendship I think it could be. A friend sent me an email that really shocked me in what she said, my thinking how can you not know. As you say you are in charge of your car or your ecosystem make it work for you. I got the idea she does want to learn or get better. She does not live in a f dark world what can I say say more.

  • So I am really bad at keeping going. In anything. Sports. Eating healthy. Cleaning my home. Doing Skin Routines. Healthy Mind Stuff. Everything. And then I downloaded the app “fabulous” and that was really the first app that kept me going on. I’m still on the way of beeing a better me but it’s the first time I really think I have a chance. (I’m not sure how to explain in english but I try) So the app was made in a university and it uses psychological knowledge and studies to strengthen your inner motivations and make things as a routine. They say that as long as it’s only motivation, someday you will stop so you have to keep going until it’s your strong routine. And I am studying psychology and I really recognize some things I learned in school in the app. So, hopefully I can help someone else.

  • a year after this video was posted i weighed 250 lbs as a 6’1 kid at 15 years old. i’m now 17 6’1 180 with mental stability my predecessor self could only dream of. thanks joe, jamie’s cool too

  • I’m going to give this a go. I was given 12-14 months to live in February, because of a grade IV glioblastoma brain tumor. I don’t know if I’ll fall into the 75% who don’t live longer than a year. The odds are against me, but that 25% has to filled with those who didn’t. I’m going to get in as good shape I’ve ever been, with however much time I have left.
    And what Joe Rogan says is true. Whichever route you take, slacker or doer, your brain rewards you either way. Only the healthy route is free of guilt and remorse that come with letting your body go to shit. I’m nearly 20 lbs overweight. I’m confident that I can complete some of these 30 day challenges, and get into shape.
    Thanks, Joe Rogan.

  • oh and what helps me is working out but not necessarily feeling like i‘m currently working out like zumba feels like fun to me & also i‘m going with 2 of my friends and that really motivates me aswell

  • I am very depressed so I just can’t get myself out of the house. I’ve gained 50 lbs. in the past 3 years. I’ve also developed a junk food addiction. I don’t feel like myself anymore. I need to exercise and eat healthy. I keep telling myself I’m gonna do it but It never happens. So I setting the first day of my new lifestyle this Monday.

  • I love working out. But over eating is my problem. I’ll be full and still eat. Even if it’s healthy food. I eat healthy but I definitely eat a lot ��

  • I don’t consume sweets, don’t eat trashy food yet I’ve always hated exercise. It’s just boring and I don’t get any dopamine rush from it. I mostly swim and cycle, the gym and other sports are painfully boring to me

  • Now, I should preface this by saying not to take too much stock in my comment as I am morbidly obese (26 yo, 6,5”, 260 lbs) But Videos like this are wild to me. I have never, not once, in my entire life had a positive experience working out and I’ve certainly never felt “good” after. I think people need to stop lying and say that working out is fun or makes you feel better when that simply isn’t true. Will it make me healthy? Maybe? Will it make me lose weight? Maybe. But don’t lie to my face and say it will make me feel like anything other than utter garbage after. It always has and always will. Working out is something people need to treat like going to the dentist or doctors. It won’t be mildly enjoyable in the slightest. But it is mandatory for health. Some people just can’t break the cycle. Some people just can’t find that motivation. And before you start shutting on me, save it. I already know trust me. Just decided to die on my own terms on my 30th birthday so don’t worry.

  • I read loads of great opinions on the net about how Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google) can assist you lost a ton of weight. Has anybody tried this popular weight loss system?

  • Those old folk who had great body’s and who clearly have incredible strength was amazing! Show’s how it’s a weak mind that creates a weak body. People listen to the comfort part of their mind too much, and as a result, when their health starts to fail them it’s the classic weak minded response covered in this video.. “it’s inevitable” or “it’s just old age”.. NO! You just got lazy and weak, end of

  • Discovering that the option to “Fuck Off” is something that i’m giving into is a great conscious realization. This is the most important thing i’m taking away from today

  • My biggest problem is having a long physically demanding job and then going home to do something more physically demanding, it’s hard to work out when you’ve been running around for 9 hours. So starting slow and tweaking the workout makes so much sense.

  • Guys. lost a lot of weight does not need to be hard (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice now. Look for a popular diet plan called Custokebon Secrets (just google search it). Thanks to it I have lost crazy amounts of weight. I probably should not even be talking about it cause I don’t really want lots of other guys out there running exactly the same game but whatever. I’m just simply in a excellent mood today and so I’ll share the wealth lol.

  • Does this advice qualify for kids (14 and under) I’ve been BINGE eating and I’ve found some stretch marks and I want to start working out at home thanks for the tips

  • LETS GET THIS BREAD
    Day 1: PAIN, glad to know I’m familiar with like 5 of these exercises, I’m feeling kind of tired and sweaty
    Day 2: –

  • Oh folks, this is master piece, I’ve been following his Six pack promise during this evil Pandemic. It’s killing my abs, within a month I got some packs believe or not!

  • Some times it is difficult when you’re parents say you cant workout today or when they say you cant for a week cuz your room isnt tidy

  • I am trying to find a way to self motivate myself to build my strength again and get in shape after being out of the gym for months from the shutdown, it was where I felt consistent and motivated

  • James over at Shredded Sports Science has a great phrase, and describes a trap that I’ve fallen into many times:
    “Paralysis through analysis.”
    I.e. Too busy looking at unique programmes or complex training styles etc to just get on and be consistent.

  • Just what i needed. No sugarcoating it, being honest about the journey and giving out great tips. As someone that didn’t exercise growing up, this video really helps me. Thank you❤️

  • If you guys have any tips for each other for how to get started with working out and exercising leave them here! I hope you all had a great weekend <3 xo

  • Seriously reminds me of many of my old baseball coaches I had growing up. And you dont really get these pep talks after you grown up into adulthood. And I feel like even as an adult it’s what you need to hear sometimes. I’m so glad I found this channel. Its exactly what I needed. Thanks jeff

  • When you saved 101 videos in the different library playlist eg chest, butt, legs, dumbells, hiit, abs, cardio, etc etc in YouTube but get none done.

  • What i do when im not motivated is force myself a little bit to get in the mood
    i get my workout leggings on, make a smoothie and look at fitness pictures and i feel way better and motivated to workout

  • I’m a mid twenties woman with a naturally curvy body at a healthy weight, turned overweight, now spilling into obesity. I started watching Every Damn Day Fitness, and that’s how Ive heard of Athlean X. SUBSCRIBED!

  • Advice from a qualified guy who walks the talk!
    Few strength coaches etc are in shape Jeff is.
    There’s no quick fix to getting in shape, strong etc.
    Consistency absolutely is the #1 criteria using good methods
    Well Said!!!

  • I actually disagree that you’re completely in control, life is chaos. I was thrown off by moving and not have a good gym nearby with early opening hours. Nice tips about how to motivate yourself though.

  • I use to love exercise but after I moved to a different town there where only gyms I hated I started working out at home and man it’s been depressing

  • Something that I think really sets Jeff apart is that he’s not about his programs or methods alone his focus is on helping people become the best they can be. He even says at the end where most people pitch, whatever program you go with, “do it.” This guy is for real.

  • I ALWAYS give up after a few weeks because I don’t have sense of direction on what to eat what to do. I’m 164 lbs 5’10. I have a jiggly stomach and thighs no abs. Or chest pumped. My why is that I want to be fit! I want to be able to be confident in the summer with my shirt off rather then a bird chest and jiggly stomach. Please coach any advice on what to eat like consume for the best protein intake and nutrition!!!? I loved this video by the way.

    Please don’t leave me hanging I really want this.!!

    Thank youu.

  • Before corona I went to the gym 7 times a week. Now that corona has ended and gyms are finally open it’s hard for me to push myself and go the gym… SOMEONE HELPP

  • Does Custokebon Secrets really help to lost lots of weight? We’ve learn numerous good stuff about this popular fat burn diet plan.

  • Hey, Jeff. I’m wondering if you can make a video that will answer this question: in order to burn fat in certain body parts (e.g., your arms), do you have to center your workout(s) on those body parts, or could you burn fat by doing common fat-burning exercises (like long-distance running)?

  • 3:22 possibly first time I’ve heard an uncensored F bomb from Jeff Cavaliere, athleanX.com. It was very effective in getting his point across.

  • Tips (in my opinion)
    1: Take a shower, and put on new clothes

    2: Listen to your favorite song while exercising

    3: If you’re getting a revenge body or something think about who you’d make jealous once you got your body

    4: Be in a better mood if you can?-

    OK THATS ALL AAHHHH

  • I love watching all the videos of yours and van damme sly all them but I never want to do it my self I don’t understand why as I’m drawn to all this I guess as I’m dyslexic and 40 and still don’t no my purpose or talents any tips please

  • i just started going to zumba once a week for over an hour bc my uni offers it & i‘m sooo looking forward to it getting easier & me not feeling like i‘m gonna die after haha but really i enjoy it & i know it‘s gonna get easier

  • Anyone who’s tired of the treadmill, try dancing! It’s hard not to find the cringey youtube vids, but I personally find Zumba dances really fun!

  • Positive validation really helps me. Telling myself you’re doing great and celebrating the small wins! Telling myself I love exercising and visualising a positive experience in the gym etc motivates me to keep going! Also realising I am in control instead of just wishing to be skinny!!

  • Whoa, Democrats are triggered when you say hard work pays off and exercise is better for you than sitting on your butt and accepting yourself as a fat slob

  • Best motivation is eating healthy. Once you work out once and during the same day eat really healthy, the next day you’ll feel better and mentally you won’t want to “ruin” your previous days work, so you’ll just push yourself to be faithful to a healthy diet and loyal to the workout.

  • As someone who never ran a full mile before 30 and now, two years after starting, runs on average 10km a day, I totally relate to what Rogan is saying.

  • So I’m young and I had the best set of abs and pecks and muscle in general but my older brother left the house because he got married and I would work out with him now he left so I put on weight so when I work out I can’t wait for tomorrow I do it but because I’m young I need to do it with my sister but she is lazy so I will ask her and she will say tomorrow then tomorrow comes then she says tomorrow so I need to learn myself

  • #1.Develop an internal locus of control
    # 2.Do something you actually like
    #3.Set ultra easy goals that boost your confidence
    #4.Keep your “experience” of exercise positive

    Thank me l̶a̶t̶e̶r̶, rn ☺��

  • Thank you for this �� exactly what i needed. Ive been wanting to start for a long time and im exactly like you. Only i did cheer not yoga lol but ya this was perfect ans the timing is so coincidential LOOOOOVE IT

  • When I’m exercising my mom tries to encourage me but ends up calling me fat in 200 different ways ��. I’m don’t think she realizes, when I tell her she tells me I think she says that because I overthink everything which isn’t true.

  • I went for a walk today. I have to work tomorrow, to a job I hate so much…. I wonder if I’ll have the energy or motivation to walk again tomorrow.

  • I really need help I can’t even get my ass to work I wanted to change for myself but it’s just so hard to find something to begin with��

  • I am not here for information, but to help those who are seeking answers and help! Not too long ago, I was deeply plunged into internet searches and videos in hopes of understanding WHY despite all my efforts, I could not lose weight! I have tried everything under the sun from the modest diets to the extreme and nothing worked. When I say extreme, I mean going for months and months on 200 to 500 calories and not losing a single pound! Not 1 pound. Now, if that sounds completely impossible to you then my comment was not meant for you! This is for those of you who know exactly what I am talking about, because you’ve been there or are currently experiencing this phenomenon. After a while, I could not find anymore motivation. After the ups and downs of my weight, only to end up where I started I thought my mind and body had gievn up. I just did not have it in me to exercise, even though I continued dieting. I used to search “low motivation” and “weight loss plateaus”. I even tried the reverse diet trick, only to be disappointed. After a very long time, I have uncovered the reasons I was unable to lose weight and that’s not to say I may not discover more reasons to my slow wright loss down the line. Anyways, I want to share some of the things I learned about myself and that I am currently getting corrected with medications. Maybe you might be experiencing these problems too or something similar? You just never know! Do what I did and keep asking questions until you discover what is wrong.

    1. PCOS which caused a horomal imbalance amongst other things!

    2. Severely deficient in vitamin D! Even though I was prescribed a mega dose vitamin D weekly, I had my levels checked a year later and the levels were exactly the same! So they changed the type of vitamin D prescribed, as well as the dosage and frequency and I feel like a different person. I feel normal, motivated and energetic. I had become so used to feeling tired and fatigued that I did not even know something was wrong, because it became my normal! But nothing is normal about an absence of motivation and energy!

    3. Depression, but I knew that already!

    4. Severely Anemic (I don’t experience heavy bleeding, so my doctors are stumped) I get iron infusiomn every few months now to remain stable.

    5. Metabolic Syndrome (hopefully this was caused by the hormonal imbalance and can be corrected).

    Now obviously I’m a weird case (why me?) and I don’t expect anyone to be this screwed up. The only point I’m trying to get accross is that I had no idea all of these things was wrong with me, let alone preventing me from losing weight and attributing to symptoms I came to believe was normal, such as increased hunger, mood swings and insomnia. If you find it impossible to lose weight, there might just be a medical reason for it. By the way, I have lost 57.2 pounds in 3 and a half months. Good luck and never give up!

  • Problem with me is I just can’t start exercise even though I have been doing it since past 3-4 months now, but every morning is a struggle to start. And I absolutely hate cardio

  • Liv I really loved this video!!! What you said about the benefits of exercise, and how we should not do it for our looks you really hit the nail on the head!:)

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  • Last year I fell in LOVE with exercising and lost 25 lbs! Towards the end of last year I started slack off due to school semester coming back and now this year covid 19. I’ll try to get back in it and fall in love with it but I do it for a week, then just fall apart for a couple then comeback:(

  • I LOVE walking. One time I walked for 5 hours and still wasn’t tired. But doing workouts inside of my house like with a YouTube video… I can never focus! And I always end up quitting not because I can’t do it, but because I get bored.

  • i was super motivated for the first time in my life and was going to the gym almost everyday in 2020 and then covid happened and my motivation went to shit

  • It’s also important to consider that from an evolutionary perspective, our minds are totally geared against expending calories for things that don’t produce results necessary for our survival. Our ancestors were constantly outside working to find food, build shelter, and collect the necessary materials for them to live. When they weren’t doing that, they were conserving calories. While having intrinsic motivation and being aware that you are in control of your life are great steps, I think it’s also important to be aware that there is a basic survival instinct making you avoid exercise. If you can be aware of this, it’s much easier to overcome it and say “My instincts are saying I shouldn’t expend these calories, but I know better.” At least, that’s what has worked for me!

  • I actually love to work out and I’m really fit and I have clear skin from the water I’ve been drinking while working out.

    and scene.

  • I stopped most exercise because I had a great body I was lean at 14 body fat and got vert heavy all of a sudden gaining 3 stone. Now I’m 34 percent body fat I’m female and am eating just as much but am now twice the size it’s not hythyroid. I’m wondering if I ate too little and dropped my neat levels or became subconsciously lazy the more I ran and walked the more I weighed. No clothes are wearable and i had health problems like osteoporosis and cancer scare. Now I can’t bring myself to train anymore as I gained nine pounds eating 1400 calories and training two hours. It’s the worst way I can think of to deliberately gain bodyfat. What the hell? I’m really upset. Was it as I trained for so long that drastically slowed my metabolism. I did not eat the calories to match that length of time. My deficit was a 1000 calories and I stayed the same and gained weight. I did 500 cal deficit I lost a bit. Can exercise above a certain point cause weight gsin. I just can’t do it anymore. Its not good.

  • So I’m 12 and I have started working out 3 days ago. I have replaced all my drinks with water and occasionally milk because it’s still healthy for you but since I’m only 12 and cant just go buy whatever I want and eat it. I’m thankful my family makes healthy dinners and I’ve been eating yogurt for breakfast and a quick healthy snack for lunch. I’ve been doing thigh, jaw and ab workouts everyday and playing just dance on top of that. I’m hoping to see improvement in 2 weeks

  • I love how you’re encouraging exercise to improve your health, not for physical aesthetics. Thank you for sharing such a healthy message ❤️

  • But the scientific truth is that since tge big bang the universe has been controlling everything and you’re just a tiny aspect of it that’s being controlled within existing, so why do i have to tell myself the lie that I’m in control of everything that happens? THAT’S depressing.
    Oh and i hate all exercises. Gym, Home workout, running, boxing, cardio, dancing… Anything that makes me pant and sweat, cause i hate panting and sweating.

  • Am I the only one who cannot seem to be able to “just do it”? Lol… I’m like “Let’s go, body!! Come on just DO IT!!!!” My body’s like, “HAH ��yeah… No thanks, loser.”

  • My tip: If you dislike running, try the app “Zombies, Run!” I’ve played it since season 1 (they’re releasing season 7 now) and it’s so much fun! I recommend it to everyone!

  • We got this guys and girls! If you want to change, you gotta do something about it! If you want to gain muscle only you can gain muscle nobody else can do it for you! If you try and you succeed then try it again and if you don’t succeed at Keats you tried! And trying is better than not doing it! Don’t give up now, never give up! Have a good day

  • Some people just don’t get it, they cannot understand that eating healthy & exercising is essential to living a happier life… you can have this and that, all the luxury things you think you want, but without your health you will never really feel good. And it’s the truth. You know it is. Sometimes we need an extra push, sometimes we do let ourselves slack off because of whatever reason (working too much, exhaustion, stress, etc.), sometimes we need that motivation back: sometimes we need that slap in the face that makes us remember how important it is and that WE CAN DO IT again! I love how he refers to ourselves (individual human beings) as our own ecosystems. I love that. It’s so true people! Think about the food you eat, for example. You know the organic, natural food grown from the ground is what is truly the most healthy. The food farmers grow on their own and the food we really can grow ourselves too! It’s not convenient, and there are a lot of things so many of us would have to change and get used to… but really think about your health. Do you truly want to be the healthiest you’ve ever been or ever could be? Because I think it’s a worthwhile investment!

  • I am on the second week of working out after a very very long hiatus. I am 50 years old. I have to forget about what I used to be able to do. I also have to not dwell on future results. Excercise should have you living in the moment. I do that I will succeed. I have to change this mindset. Also a problem is we see everyone else killing it and think why are we not them. Never compare yourself to others. Also in a world were everything is at our fingertips in a moment’s notice we are not used to having to be patient.

  • I have your AX-1 program but I also follow your channel, I’ve been consistently working out every other day for the last three months without missing any workouts and have seen the results because of the consistency. I must say at this point I’m actually afraid of missing a workout because I have a life habit of working out than stopping, working out than stopping. Thanks for keeping my workouts interesting with stuff I’ve never done before, also revisiting the oldie but goodies making sure that I am doing them right. Finely thank you for getting me to stop doing the things that will/have hurt me (I’m 52) like behind the neck presses and upright front rows that I’m guessing have contributed to my arthritis and bursitis in my shoulders, at least my son who is 17 won’t be making the mistakes I’ve made. The shoulder exercises I’m now doing thanks to you have not only given me gains but have also relieved my shoulder pain, again thanks for everything Jeff.

  • I love the feel of really hurting the next day or after two days and it’s easy to recognize the impact. However it totally does kill the consistency when you can’t workout in two weeks. Even increasingly when you really want to workout because you enjoyed it, but then you spend two weeks just laying down and after that you’re not feeling it anymore, you’ve grown flegmatic and perhaps even mildly depressed about having to just relax.

     Point in case, did the perfect home workout routine for beginners from athlean a while ago and it was an amazing feel. To be able to push the muscles beyond the burn and fatigue, because of the smart workout structure. It was supposed to be every two days and I was excited to have some solid base, something straight-forward to follow and dynamic to personal level. Except I could barely stand after the first workout and it was just a single cycle with breaks in every gap, not 2-3 cycles and continuous as recommended (given that the pauses were recommended to adjust to personal level). Couldn’t do anything for two weeks. But oh god how good it felt to hurt everywhere in a healthy way.

     Verdict: too out of shape to be a beginner. Rank: Jesse.

     Lesson: don’t follow athlean-x beginner plans, you’re too weak for the time being, do individual groups at time or individual exercises and combine them to desired level and you can repeat them. My body can’t even handle exercising all groups with proper intensity throughout the week on repetitive days continuously or it falls behind in recovering and starts to get negative gains, just exhausting and making the muscles ache. It’s rough to want to address all imbalances and weaknesses, but having to choose what to do which day. Leaves you feel like it was way too little, just a short burst. Can’t even do those “22 days” workouts at the same time with correcting exercises for all lacks without break days. Attributing this partially to inadequate calorie intake level. Just sleeping enough is also not enough, sleep at night to have proper meal rhythm and to get enough food in, time to eat all the snack fruits between meals etc!

  • i need to rant. i have been struggling with my body image issues since i was 9 years old. 11 years later i still feel insecure in my body. my family does not hesitate in giving me a hard time by pointing out where my fats exactly are. at the beginning of quarantine i started working out. i HATE working out so i do it only when i have the mood. i do it at night when everyone is sleeping because i hate when people walk in and watch what i am doing. but then today my dad was like, “you are putting in efforts and i am not seeing any difference. do it at this this timing. do it before this do it after this.” he kept pointing at my waist and i was hurt. i have never felt more insecure, not even during these 11 terrible years. in my mind, i think its better that i at least am doing something with my body instead of simply procrastinating. idk i feel super demotivated and hurt.

  • I used to work out for almost 2 years, weightlifting and stuff when I was 14 to 16 but then I moved to a different city and the gym is a lot more expensive there so I stopped working out so its like 1.5 almost 2 years without excercise, to be fair, i am pretty active, I walk A LOT but when i wanted to start working out I was on accutane so that wasn’t possible but now I’m finished with it and i can’t find the powers to start working out again and i hate it.

  • Burpees and star jumping is the most difficult workout that made me hurt the first day plz give some easy exercises plz to lose weight

  • I feel like believing that you are the cause of everything in your life can have some pretty drastic effects on your mental health like if a lover cheated on you you might start believing that you’re not good enough or that it’s your fault something completely out of your control happened

  • but for me I’ve been exercising straight for months and actually seeing results which I like but sometimes I just get hit with like I dont want to workout everyday or i just get bored. Yes I workout different parts of my body different days but I just get bored.

  • Best way I got motivated to work out was because I was tired of having back pains. I’ve worked a desk job for five years now and I was starting to feel those effects. Fortunately, I’m only 30 so I can still save my body, and I fully intend to do so. I started and failed a few times over the course of about 4 months, but that’s fine because I never gave up. You eventually learn to deal with “The Wall”, as I like to call it. This….ugly, physical manifestation of negativity that nags at you, telling you it’s too much work. I like to think of it as just another part of my routine in the day, like getting a shower, working overtime, or doing dishes. All that matters is you never give up completely, and you’ll eventually find a way.

    I’m about a month and a half into my journey; back pain is almost gone, arms and especially my thighs feel thicker. No visible muscle, but I can feel some toneness. I have more energy overall, and I feel less miserable, some days I even feel pretty good. I used to feel really exhausted after workouts, and the day after, I would feel the soreness. Now, I don’t feel much soreness in general, and right after the workout, I feel a little more alert after I’ve gotten my shower. I used to really struggle moving around those 15 pound dumbbells, and now, while they’re still a bit annoying to move, I can move them around with less difficulty.

  • i was bullied 2 years ago by these 8 guys

    so i was really tired of them being dicks to me, saying im skinny and i have noodle arms
    so i decided to make a change

    i grew strong and i got a 6 pack to show off to girls (best part smh)

    anyways, i switched schools for 2 years and when i came back to that school they didn’t recognise me
    when they realised it was me i put the 2 meanest of them in a headlock and told them not to bully anyone again
    the ‘nerds’ and other kids that normally got bullied were fine after and i even got invited to the popular group of kids, which were actually nice

    thanks for reading my journey,
    hope you can do the same for others
    <3

  • Hey I’ve been working out for more than 3 months and I feel so tired and I haven’t improved in strength much.. would you know why it doesn’t get easier for me? I’m so sad about it:(

  • As a board certified behavior analyst, I’m curious in which studies he’s referring to that state external motivation results in a decrease of intrinsic motivation?

  • I’m the type of person to run until I’m sick then have to take a couple days off because I don’t know when to slow down or stop lol. But when it comes to any push ups or weight lifting I literally give up so easily lol

  • Before quarantine I LOVED going to the gym—total addict. Three months into quarantine and I’m having the worst time finding the motivation to work out at home.

  • I started off doing yoga at the recommendation of my therapist and Ive found that physical activity is actually great for relieving stress. Then I found the gym we have access to on campus and I am trying to find the confidence to use it, fingers crossed ��

  • Jeff please advise me on a good plan. I need to rejuvenate my body and start it again with basics but with proper form. I am about 100kg and need to bring out more muscle mass to hit 88kg to 90kgs. Kindly recommend me something on this. Thank you

  • Watching this after slipping off my workout routine and this has been so helpful. I am realizing that I am they’re of person that thinks of the pain before I workout and I feel like I’ve learned one of my triggers! Thank you!

  • Motivation is P x E x S(3)
    Purpose x Energy x Small Simple Step

    LACKING any ONE of these will cause UNmotivated states
    You need a purpose.. both painful and rewarding.. Who will be hurt if you fail, and who will be Happy if you win.
    Energy… You need to eat right, and sleep, and exercise… you need to focus on having energy.. without it you will be UNmotivated
    Small Simple Step… something you can do IN THE MOMENT, that gets you closer to the goal…
    -Jim Quik.. the recent interview on Tom Bilyeus channel.
    Go. Now.

  • My own tips:
    1.You dont need a gym to workout!
    2.Try to throw away junk,non healthy stuff!
    3.Think about it and Do it FOR YOUR HEALTH & LOOKS LAST❤️
    4.Avoid Sweets and only have a cheat day about only 1 every 2 months.
    5.Wash your face after exercising!
    6.Listen to music or watch something while at it.
    7.Make your own workout routine and diet.
    8.Search up or make foods and eat proper portions eat 3 meals a day and 2 snacks
    9.Support yourself and go on with the journey DO IT FOR YOUR HEALTH AND LOOKS LAST BBG✨��❤️

  • Starting workout everyday for me is easy, but during the workout I’m feeling kinda lazy to continue. But everyday, I can’t continue my day before working out in the morning. But when I do that, I kinda lazy. Ahh it’s complicated

  • I watched many motivation videos and this is the best so far. What you said about taking it slow really encouraged me to workout because it’s gonna get easier right? Xoxo

  • This is very true I started running a month ago and I used to run 6mph and have 1 min run then another min walk it helps a lot u don’t get too tired also I used to take about 1 hour and a half to do this I have cut that about less 20 min I used to run at 6mph now I run at 7mph and I don’t get as tired I can definitely see the improvement and resistance

  • I used to hate working out. The main struggle for weight loss to me was the exercise. I did crappy 15 minute HIIT exercises everyday that made me so happy. Then, I found an intense dancing video, and would dance for an hour or two everyday, burning 500 1000 calories a day, and I’ve become toned and thinner in 3 months of dancing. The best trick is to find something you enjoy.

  • If anyone needs PROPER DIETS VIA UR BODY AND BLOOOD TYPE message me I am a dietician and til June 20th I am writing one month diets and routines for free. Msg for my email! Was a d1 athlete and wrestler

  • There is no “get fit”. Some people are born with better physical abilities than others, some people can lift weights and eat copious amounts of chicken for decades, and they still won’t be as big as Arnold Schwarzenegger or Kai Greene when they were in their early 20’s.

  • The workout challanges from chloe ting are so good. She has a list with all the videos you have to do an if you are doing it with a friend, it really helps to stay motivated ������

  • I always wanted to exercise outdoors. But I always would feel like someone will be watching. In reality they probably wouldn’t be. lol. I love dancing. I normally do that for exercise. Thanks for your tips.

  • This is such a healthy look at working out, to also keep a healthy mind about it. I love that! Couldn’t agree more. I feel like so many people are exercising their self hate BY working out. I becomes a way of punishing yourself, and that is just so sad.. Just like you said, Liv: you are beautiful just the way you are. So just work out in celebration of that♥

  • I am not here for information, but to help those who are seeking answers and help! Not too long ago, I was deeply plunged into internet searches and videos in hopes of understanding WHY despite all my efforts, I could not lose weight! I have tried everything under the sun from the modest diets to the extreme and nothing worked. When I say extreme, I mean going for months and months on 200 to 500 calories and not losing a single pound! Not 1 pound. Now, if that sounds completely impossible to you then my comment was not meant for you! This is for those of you who know exactly what I am talking about, because you’ve been there or are currently experiencing this phenomenon. After a while, I could not find anymore motivation. After the ups and downs of my weight, only to end up where I started I thought my mind and body had gievn up. I just did not have it in me to exercise, even though I continued dieting. I used to search “low motivation” and “weight loss plateaus”. I even tried the reverse diet trick, only to be disappointed. After a very long time, I have uncovered the reasons I was unable to lose weight and that’s not to say I may not discover more reasons to my slow wright loss down the line. Anyways, I want to share some of the things I learned about myself and that I am currently getting corrected with medications. Maybe you might be experiencing these problems too or something similar? You just never know! Do what I did and keep asking questions until you discover what is wrong.

    1. PCOS which caused a horomal imbalance amongst other things!

    2. Severely deficient in vitamin D! Even though I was prescribed a mega dose vitamin D weekly, I had my levels checked a year later and the levels were exactly the same! So they changed the type of vitamin D prescribed, as well as the dosage and frequency and I feel like a different person. I feel normal, motivated and energetic. I had become so used to feeling tired and fatigued that I did not even know something was wrong, because it became my normal! But nothing is normal about an absence of motivation and energy!

    3. Depression, but I knew that already!

    4. Severely Anemic (I don’t experience heavy bleeding, so my doctors are stumped) I get iron infusiomn every few months now to remain stable.

    5. Metabolic Syndrome (hopefully this was caused by the hormonal imbalance and can be corrected).

    Now obviously I’m a weird case (why me?) and I don’t expect anyone to be this screwed up. The only point I’m trying to get accross is that I had no idea all of these things was wrong with me, let alone preventing me from losing weight and attributing to symptoms I came to believe was normal, such as increased hunger, mood swings and insomnia. If you find it impossible to lose weight, there might just be a medical reason for it. By the way, I have lost 57.2 pounds in 3 and a half months. Good luck and never give up!

  • I’m only 13 and I’m a bit overweight but I dont have energy to workout. My mom is going to return my cardio cause she says I don’t use it but I do. I’m just starting though, and she wants me to start right away but it’s easier to start slow. I am doing stretches and pushups etc to start and help my muscles a little bit and then start my cardio. Is this a good idea or should I just go on the cardio right away? It’s just I’m being pushed to do it and it makes me really stressed out

  • I started lifting weights a few years back and this year I kind of fell out because of my lack of nutrition and this kind of helps me get back into it thanak

  • Thank you for this video. I’m the heaviest I’ve ever been in my life and my knees are now suffering.( Im 200lbs). I want to stop being lazy and actually take charge of my life. This is the first step. Wish me luck! I’m starting tomorrow.

  • Anyone else like really want to start but don’t have the resources of time like bruh life of everyone else I need a minute to get my life started.

  • Benefits of exercise
    Make us ready to face any stressful situation outside the world
    Make us less responsive to depression and make us calm.
    Help me stop over thinking and makes me to be in the present moment.
    Automatically my posture gets erected while sitting and standing
    Increases my ability to handle emotions and anger and fear

  • My only advice is to workout, when it’s the time for ur workout just get up and start working out don’t give yourself any minute to think about anything just get up don’t mind if u not in the mood or don’t have motivation, you only need to stop thinking of excuses to not workout, so stop thinking and start working out it’s ur body no one gonna change it for u, u need to take care of it and keep it healthy, shaped, as u want it to be ����

  • Journal:
    Day 1: Hard. But manageable. I added in 32 extra leg lifts, 16 weight lifts and 2 minute planking
    Day 2: FRICK EVERYTHING HURTS. ESPECIALLY MY LOWER BACK. But same routine
    Day 3: The pain subsided a little. Same routine
    Day 4: it’s easier to do it. Same routine
    Day5:Rest day
    Day 6: IT HURTS TO DO THISS
    Day 7: same routine. My stomach hurts when I do jumping jacks

  • Sometimes i feel lucky that i like training. And i feel VERY lucky when the first fitness-youtuber i stumbled upon was Jeff. Jeff has given me so many things. He carried me through training. For free. Jesus Christ. Thank you so much Jeff. (I’m planning to begin an Athlean-X program. in the category of “Build muscle and lose fat. Any recommendations? Thank you in advance)

  • Such a great video, thanks! It can be so hard for beginners just getting started with working out bc it’s so overwhelming. But keeping it simple and being realistic are key!

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  • I’m 11 years old I’m over weight vi have being trying to walk everyday I have convinced myself that this was my summer that I was going to try to change my body because I need it

  • A really good way to start running is by using the Couch to 5K app made by the NHS (UK). You have a choice of four celebrities to encourage you through each run, starting slow with lots of breaks, and it makes you feel really accomplished:) Good luck guys!

  • I’ve been training for a long and I never heard someone so coherent on the subject of motivation. Keep doing what you’re doing. You’re a gift!����

  • How To Start Working Out (Motivation For Beginners) is really awesome. Are you ready to achieve 5x more power and muscle? For your free report and exclusive view of one of the best-known training and information sites around to build muscle http://weightlifting.websiteannouncer.com

  • You are ethereal!!! Like, you’re just sooooo pretty!!! I’m sure people say it all the time but I just had to say something. Lol ��

  • it was Gold.
    Dammm. It could be use in many area of life.

    The first advice was make sure you are listening to good advice.because bad advice gives bad result.

    The bad one is not consistent with your reasoning.

    have more whys more than goals. And stick with acheving it.

  • I got a question how does side leg Raise help to lose fat? Also, these exercises really helped me and I’m making A LOT of progress. Thank you!

  • wow, good luck on the 5k! Good hints and great job getting where you got. Let us know how you did. While I know that swimming is one of my most favorite exercises, but it is cost prohibited to me know. When I can I try to walk the halls of my apartment building, and when I get better I will take stairs. Just getting into a schedule helps but I have not found the best way to do that yet.

  • the best motivation to exercise for me is thinking about my performance in competitive games. i don’t tilt very much whenever i work out, so im able to comeback from games. my aim has gotten a lot better too

  • Coming here for the riddance of my overweight self, I’m 15 guys I’m about 140, I’m going to work hard and get hella better if you wanna see how I’m doing hmu on Discord Seynii#4167 ill show you guys a before and after

  • I love you so much. Your words are so wise and great. Also you seem really nice. If you ever get hate, l just want you to know that that doesn’t make sense, cause you are so kind in demeanor and as long as you aren’t harming anyone else or yourself, you are a good person

  • It’s so inspiring to see someone on YouTube who doesn’t portray already having a “perfect” active lifestyle and being extremely fit. I am in the same place with just starting out and finally sticking with exercise long enough to enjoy it ������

  • Hi there, i struggle to keep a workout routine as i work day and night shift in the working week. My hours are up and down as is my body so im a bit lost with what to do! Thanks for the info btw!:)

  • Tips that help me:

    Do it early-when you do it early it forces your body to still be confortable because you just woke up.

    Use a good workout for you-I recommend the Chloe Ting two week shred because she offers a free workout program with alternatives to hard exercises.

    Go slowly-its very important to go at your own pace if you go to fast you will be too tired to finish the workout, but go fast enough that it feels like a workout.

    Have funWhile you are working out think of the benefits this will have on your body and what this will do for you, this will make you be more motivated to go through the whole thing everyday.

    Remember you are beautifuleveryone is beautiful just the way you are don’t feel like you have to workout just to be pretty!!

    Good luck!

  • I enjoy working out I usally work out stright for 2 weeks but then…I just stop and loss all my progress…I gusse starting to work out is the hard part

  • Hi there. I have been searching youtube and other sources for help with consistency and came to the conclusion that nobody really had the answer. I stumbled upon your video by chance. I am a 55 yo woman and regardless of what you said about your language, (BTW, it’s not.very bad lol. IMHO), this video was the.only one that actually hit home to my way of thinking. Sub’d and liked
    THANKS!

  • I respect the hell out of the fact that he wants people to reach their goals so much that he told them to drop his advice if they want to.

  • My own tips:
    1. You don’t need to go to a gym. Look for a space at home, open YouTube on your phone or tablet, find a workout, then proceed.
    2. Start before you’re ready. If you wait until you’re ready, you’re never going to start.
    3. Make modifications of exercises that you don’t like or you find difficult. I have bad knees, so I can’t jump. There are plenty of no-jump exercises online for me to choose. There are even seated exercises for seniors and those who have serious injuries, so there’s literally no excuse to not work out.
    4. Go at your own pace. It’s better to go more slowly and with proper form than going faster with a possibility of injuring yourself in the process. The more often you exercise, the easier it gets and the faster you’ll be, so don’t worry about not being able to keep up.
    Good luck!����

  • I’m on the 7th day of Chloe Ting’s 2 week shred challenge and I’m really trying to push myself to actually start.
    I already have the mat laid out, my shoes on and the video paused on my TV, but I can’t move… I don’t want to move ����

  • Sooo, idk if anyone is gonna see this, buttttt if anyone wants to be my workout buddy please comment, i just need some motivation ��

  • You just get the point where others miss and try to create a good impression. Whereas there you are who just speak hell, touch our hearts and make us feel you, like you’re not doing for your channel. Like you’re doing it for us. I saw you, this was a video from 3 years ago and here I am still getting inspired. I love you man��

  • Guys. lost a ton of fat does not need to be hard (I used to think it did). I will give you some advice right now. Look for a popular fat burn secrets called Custokebon Secrets (just google it). Thanks to it I have lost a lot of weight. I should not even be talking about it cause I don’t want lots of other guys out there running exactly the same game but whatever. I am just simply in a excellent mood today so I’ll share the wealth lol.

  • Diet+exercise=losing weight. I mean I can do some exercise, the hard part is the diet one. Some say count your meal’s calories, avoid eating this and that, etc. But I don’t wanna live my whole life like that, I wanna eat some delicious cuisines and delicacies as I explore diff. places. I want to stay fit but I don’t want to restrict myself much and be conscious of my flabby arms, bloated stomach and belly fat plus the calves��

  • Hi so i started doing these videos everyday twice and First day went horrible i did do all the excerise but now my belly hurts and i cant sleep
    Second day still waiting for it

  • Hello, my name is Declan, and i’m a British teenager, and I’m overweight. I do have a girlfriend I’m not the fatest in my year group but it’s obvious that I’m fat, and for some strange reason, even with schools closed since March, I just felt one day I cannot go like this, I need to increase my health.. and show of to my girlfriend.. don’t ask why I just feel like it. My journey has begun with me having moobs, belly fat dropping down and fat on my face and neck, and I’m starting with these videos, to get all the way to my new dreams.. six packs. Be strong, fit, and live longer.
    This is the beginning of my life-changing journey. I’ll keep you updates

    My updates:
    Day 1: Started with these videos, no progress, I did this video and then another one of them, but I feel fitter.
    Day 2: So, already, only after doing two of your videos, this one followed by the one suggested at the end, I have lost weight, not too much but. It was easier, but the ones on my back are the hardest, everything else is fine, was dripping in sweat because I’m fat.
    Day 3: Same old same old, getting better.
    Day 4: Completed the 2 workout videos in 10 minutes skipping most rests and going faster than the video, face covered in sweat.
    Day 5: Soon.

  • Anyone have any advice for me? I have a skin condition that if I get hot, body temp wise. I break out in hives and its extremely painful and itchy. It’s really discouraged me to not exercise because I dont want that pain.:(

  • i love not having a car/riding a bike, it’s funny how people think they’re better than me cause they can rev an engine. a grandma can press a pedal down as well as a bodybuilder

  • I was nearly too unmotivated to click this video, and when I did, I read the comments, someone mentioned donuts and reminded me I needed to order some donuts for the weekend.

    Life is like that

  • The artist in this video is left-handed and let me just say that as a left-handed person myself, I know the struggling of trying not to smudge especially on a whiteboard!!!!

  • I absolutely despise doing any exercise that doesnt serve a direct purpose. All this lifting and wriggling about without a goal is a waste of time and energy. What kind of exercise can I do that is purposeful?

  • My daily report:

    1st day: Tired as a crap.
    2nd day: Not too much tired, but haven’t seen any differences for obvious reasons.
    3rd day: More easier, but a little bit tired.
    4th day: Yeah, time passed faster.
    5th day: A little bit tired, bit it looked like 4 minutes.

  • PLEASE ANSWER I REQUEST YOU TO ANSWER PLEASE ANSWER I am 136 lbs or 61 kg. My age is 14. Gender is male. Height is 5 feet 4 inch. How many days or months I shall do these 10 exercise to be 110 lbs or 50 kg please answer my comment I really want it.

  • My best friend recommended me this video, and today I did the workout for the first time. I am filling a bit dizzy since then. And I guess it helps. I really want to lose some fat during this lockdown.������

  • I would like to feature your video on my website Aprils Household Tips & Tricks if that is okay with you? I just like to make sure.