We live a lifestyle where the “I am very busy” is a common everyday phrase. We run from one place to another, we have appointments, events, and jobs that demand that we are on top. We already know that the lack of physical exercise in addition to causing significant damage to our cardiovascular system contributes to obesity, hypertension, cholesterol and other diseases. Today is a good time to raise awareness about how important it is to have a Healthy Living.
The well-programmed physical exercise and according to your physical capacity will help you improve your health and be able to carry out all the plans, projects, tasks of your daily life. If you have never signed up for a gym, or if you have not exercised for a long time and you have no idea how to start, here are 5 tips for healthy living and to keep you motivated in this new journey of life FIT.
1. Choose a Basic Routine
Perform multiarticular exercises (squats, bench press, deadlift, military press) for healthy living. Do not despair or try to exercise with all the devices that are in the gym. It is very common to see newbies sign up and from the first day, it seems like they want to end up passed out. The important thing is not to train more but to train better. If you are a beginner, the ideal will be that your routine lasts one hour.
2. Set Realistic Goals
If you are overweight or obese, keep in mind how long it took you to accumulate that fat. With this, you can consider that your weight loss and muscle gain will not happen overnight. In some cases, you will see the first results at 6 weeks. A realistic goal will keep you motivated as it will be feasible to achieve it.
3. Train with a Partner
This suggestion goes to those who find the gym boring. A partner who has goals similar to yours can help you to commit. The gym buddy will be there with you and will be able to make observations while pushing you to give more and what better than having someone to help you get those last repetitions of chest press, do not you think? More than anything else, you will feel motivated and committed.
4. Organize your Schedules
Let’s be honest, one of the main reasons why we miss the gym is because we say that we do not have enough time. Well, if you already know what your Achilles heel is, then organize your week from Sunday. If you already know your schedules perfectly and set your commitments for the week then you will be able to find a way to escape that time destined for the gym. The success in a training program is in the frequency with which you train, that is, less frequency, lower results. When you are a beginner, it will take 3 days to start and gradually increase the days of training.
5. Remember why you Started
It is very common that the first 3 months most of those who join the gym end up abandoning it. This is because for one reason or another you give priority to other things and leave your training aside. At this point, when you are on the verge of leaving remember because you started, review each and every one of the reasons why you signed up in the gym. Remember that you are tired of being overweight, flaccid or without strength. The main motivation to follow and the most valuable will always come from you, from your desire to change your body.
Therefore, more than healthy living, we must talk about a healthy lifestyle that includes food, physical practice. I hope you take into account some or all of these points so that you start now with all the desire and not only achieve that goal that you have to see yourself spectacular but also acquire permanent healthy habits.