I was trying to create a balance between my work, social life, fitness, and sleep schedule. It was challenging, but I finally achieved what I was going for, and this is how I did it.
Starting with What I Could Handle
I didn’t begin with big goals and large steps, as I knew I wouldn’t be able to handle them. Instead, I began really small, making little changes to my lifestyle to accommodate a new workout regimen. I went to the gym three times each week and worked out for about 15 minutes at a time
I started there but gradually worked up to doing more and more. I began doing a lot more walking outdoors in the countryside. Outdoor walking poles really helped when the going got tough.
I started with exercise
I began my day by doing some exercise, even if it was just a few minutes. This helped me ensure that I made time each day to work out. I knew there was a chance that by the end of the day, I wouldn’t feel like working out, so I put it first to make certain I actually followed through on my exercise days.
I Rewarded Myself
To make this work, I didn’t give up absolutely everything. Instead, I indulged from time to time, enjoying treats that may not have been part of my diet but that I planned for in my overall diet regimen. I had dessert once or twice a week and rewarded myself for milestones.
I Made Use of High-Tech Workout Equipment
I know a lot of people lose weight and hit their fitness goals by using old-school workout equipment like barbells and dumbbells, but I made use of some modern equipment for my workout plan. I used treadmills, ellipticals, and electric presses at the gym for strength and endurance training.
I also used EndSculpt to build up my muscle strength. This cosmetic procedure isn’t invasive, and it contracts the muscles through electronic signals to develop core muscles and destroy fat.
I Stayed Committed
The most important part of my entire regimen was just to keep with it. Even when I didn’t feel like going to the gym and working out, I went anyway. That’s how I managed to see results quickly. People who have fallen off their diet and workout regimens simply don’t stick with it. Everything is a failure if you never try it again, and nothing is a failure if you avoid giving up.