Strategies for Sticking with Your Fitness Routine

 

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Stick to the basics If you’re just getting started, don’t be tempted by the newest, flashiest fitness class on the block. It’s better to establish a routine with basic cardio and strength training movements that are both accessible and sustainable. 7 TIPS TO HELP YOU STICK TO YOUR FITNESS GOALS IN 2019 1. MAKE SURE YOUR FITNESS ROUTINE IS ONE YOU ENJOY.

This sounds like a no-brainer, but if it was, then it wouldn’t be 2. SET SMALLER GOALS.. Another reason some aren’t able to stick to their fitness goals is that their goals are too big 3. Get motivated to stick with your fitness routine by plugging into a podcast, playlist or audiobook. To stick to your regimen, you need to find inspiration from within.

Instead of looking at exercise as a way to impress others or gain the approval of your peers, use it as a means to become a better version of yourself. 3. Plan your workouts in advance. Something I found that work quite well when it comes to sticking to your fitness routine is to make it part of your work day.

Some people will exercise early in the morning, others during lunch. I go to the gym after work, before going home. Thus it feels like my free time has not started just yet if you know what I mean?Buy new workout clothes.

6 of 27. Nothing motivates you to stick to a healthy lifestyle quite like buying the wardrobe to match it. It may seem vain to spend money on even more tights, tanks, shorts and shoes, but try to see it as an investment in your health.

Stick to the basics. If you’re just getting started, don’t be tempted by the newest, flashiest fitness class on the block. It’s better to establish a routine with basic cardio and strength training movements that are both accessible and sustainable. Or maybe you’re skipping your workout altogether because you don’t have time for the full routine? Break up your physical activity into a.

Here are my 3 Best Tips for Sticking with Your Fitness Program 1. The KISS Method – Keep Things Simple When embarking on a new fitness journey, it is. Don’t dive into the hardest activities first—everyone’s gotta start somewhere. The best piece of advice when it comes to setting and executing your fitness goals is to focus on one goal at a time.

3 Studies have found that when people focus on one goal at a time, they’re more likely to complete it.

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Make sure that the goals you set are specific, measurable, realistic, and achievable, taking into account your overall health, your current level of fitness, your doctor’s advice, your age, the resources available to you, your time limitations, and your personal interests.

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After completing the first step, make a list of your general fitness goals.

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The first step is to get a fitness journal to keep yourself motivated—it can be an oldfashioned notebook, an excel sheet, a notepad on your phone, or any other fancy app on your computer that you’re most comfortable with.

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The next thing to do is to figure out which fitness regime you like and what you enjoy doing.

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Find out which activities suit you, your interests, your schedule, and your current level of fitness – and do them!

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We do this by helping you determine your fitness goals and showing you how to achieve them.

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You can use a variety of repetition ranges to achieve your fitness goals.

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Change your regimen regularly and don’t be afraid to attempt different ways to get fit.

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Do this to get an overview of the requirements for your goal, and then begin working out on your own or with a partner.

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As for your postworkout routine, remember that eating sugar and protein elevates the concentration of insulin in your blood and encourages fat storage rather than fat burning, so try to drink only water or green tea for as long as possible.

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  • Consistency. We dont talk about that enough. We all want motivation, motivation and motivation doesn’t last or you can actually find it in 30 seconds by going to pinterest and typing motivation. We dont need motivation we need consistency and embrace and love and accept those dreadful 2 words that everyone knows and ignores. HARD WORK.

  • When considering eating healthy, you must never fall victim to modern fad diets. Extreme diet plans are a danger for your health, especially ones that seriously restrict your every day nutritionary intake. While they might generate fast weight loss, these diets will never be a long-term solution for your weight problem. It is best to search Custokebon Secrets on google as it is not just another fad diet where you starve yourself.

  • Yea, I have to disagree. People should enjoy the food they eat as well as the workouts they do. The reason most people give up is because people push whole food diets on them. Let’s be real, whole foods can be extremely boring. Flexible dieting is the best way to go because it means you don’t have to cut out all the foods you like. Once you cut all of your favourite stuff out, you will fail. Cheat days are also a huge way for beginners to fail bc since they go so long without having a snack, once it touches their mouth it’s game over. It’s more than a diet, it’s a lifestyle and eating completely clean is not something majority of people can do. For example I have protein French toast every morning. I add a serving and a half of dark chocolate chips to it and have light syrup but I also use white bread. It fits my calorie intake and it also doesn’t make me crave chocolate bc my brain doesn’t forget what it tastes like. Also movement is not exercise. Some people would hear that and think oh so if I just walk around my house a few times a day I’ll lose weight. Those are the type of people who work out abs once and look in the mirror expecting to see them. Remember when you say things like that there are people who believe that. Those are the people who want to do the least amount possible with maximum results. If you want to lose weight go for long walks, go on runs if you can. Find something exciting like skipping and take it slow at first. Just my thoughts on your approach to things

  • I can confirm that this works ���� A few years ago when I was on my weight loss journey, I kept a calendar to record the workouts I completed and I followed free workout plans from the internet. The weight came off slowly [I was losing 1 lb a week] but eventually I reached my goal weight.

  • I love love love coming back on YouTube and watching your videos. Your wisdom shines so bright that I can feed off of it. You truly are amazing! God bless, and thank you ❤️

  • Just started training to run distance again so I can run with my husky when she grows up. This is going to help me keep up with it. I’m going to plan my running days and the distance I want to run Right Now! Thanks for the video!

  • Your videos have helped me so much! They’re not negative and they don’t promote unhealthy weight loss, they just encourage people to be happy and healthy and find fitness in their own way. Keep doing what you’re doing, Cambria! You’re amazing ��

  • I bought a guide thinking i would be motivated, turns out my commitment issues CREATES anxiety when wanting to try the guide. Wtf is even wrong with me

  • Is this the video where Bo hung your ring light from the ceiling fan? ��
    By the way, I absolutely love your intro and how you edited this video!

  • great video <3 love your smile:* you guy's lucky we don't have a Nice makeup or tea that good and ship in my contry only expensive bad things:(....

  • My will power gets stronger during the day because the day is almost gone and i gots to get going and moving and on right track asap time is ticking tick tock

  • Such a great motivation! I get so stuck sometimes trying to work out but, really not wanting to. Even though I know I need to! Awesome video thank you! If you don’t mind me asking, where did you get your grey shirt from in the beginning? So cute!

  • I don’t have a car or a gym near walking distance, that’s what stopping me, I try to be consistent but there are days where I don’t wanna go and end up regretting not going:(

  • I’m really really loved this video! I suffer so much with anxiety about going to the gym! I went today for the first time in months! Felt so good after. It just trying to make sure I can keep it up!

  • This is exactly what I’ve been needing!
    I lost my motivation in May of this year, when I moved out from my parents and in with my boyfriend. My whole life has been so stressful ever since haha… Having to build myself a cozy, comfortable home in my apartment, doing adult stuff such as grocery shopping, cleaning, laundry etc… It took me months to get used to those habits. And all summer I’ve been working like crazy, actually almost hit the wall.
    2017 was the best workout year for me ever, and I’ve been dying to get back to it. You really give some great tips here in this video, so I’m definitely making a plan with these new great tips and mixing them with what I’ve already figured out what I need (changing gyms etc since I don’t like the one I’m going to atm). Thank you so much!

  • Id struggled most of my childhood being overweight but when I got to university I needed to feel better about myself so I did a few things I started eating a balanced diet and started 20 mins of exercise a day that’s it! If like me you struggle with motivation click this link they currently have a deal for 50% off!
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  • Hey Joanna a question for you that might be a bit personal you can ignore it though.. Are you Korean? I heard a little bit Korean accent but your English is perfect! If you are now in N. America, at what age did you come?

  • This so helps. I always push myself way to hard with workouts I think which really discourages me a lot. Like one time I worked out to them point where I was in tears.

  • Another great video! �� I just started using doTERRA a couple months ago. Would love to see you do a video on how you use them, which ones are your fav, etc. Xo

  • I’ve been trying to cut Gluten out of my diet because I have really bad stomach pain all the time. and I workout everyday but it always seems like that little bit of extra fat stays on. I tried to stop eating Gluten cause i thought that may be the cause but it’s so difficult. I reach for bread and pasta and crackers and things. So i was wondering if you could talk about Gluten substitutes.

  • I fully agree that positive thinking is one of the most important success factors. It is valid for everything you want to achieve in your life. A lot of people are used to see the downside of everything instead of trying out first. Also most people expect quick results. They do not consider that if it took a couple of years to put on the weight that it can not be shredded within days or weeks. You have to stay focused an committed. And yes, it is hard work! But there is no reason to combine that with a lot of fun:-):-):-). I have one more tipp: Choose a piece of clothing that you really love but that no longer fits. Pin a picture of the last time you were wearing this piece on your fridge, on your closet and next to TV or Notebook. For me this is always a great motivation!!

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  • I LOVE watching your videos! So motivational! Thank you for always inspiring me to be the best version of myself! <3
    P.S. Where do I get your planning materials from? SO Cute!

  • This video made me realize how mean I’ve been to myself about fitness and eating. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. This helped me a lot with my mentality towards myself❤️