One of the great things about bodyweight exercises is that anyone can do them. No matter what your fitness level, you can try the moves, modify them, then eventually get strong enough to complete them. It is challenging for everyone, but as a beginner, you might want to start with some simple moves. You can get a lot of benefits from incorporating bodyweight exercise into your routine.Read More
You want to work out out at home but you don’t want to go broke putting together a home gym. I’ve got good news, with a few pieces of equipment you can set yourself up for a lot of variety in your workouts and spend less than you would on a gym membership.Read More
How long do you tend to go without using technology? If you’re rarely parted from your smartphone and you’re always feeling the urge to check it (even when you know deep down you haven’t got any new messages!), it’s probably having a negative effect on your mental health.Read More
One of the biggest reasons that people fail to achieve their goals is that they fail to plan and that they bite off more than they can chew. The goals are too big and unmanageable. Now no one is telling you not to set your sights high. However, every goal that you set must be manageable. It has to be achievable.
If you have a tendency to take big leaps consider using these steps to help you avoid burnout for fitness or any other goal you have.
Why do you want to start exercising and what is going to get you off the couch and onto your feet each and every day?
If you don’t know why you’re exercising and you don’t have a motivation or a reason that really connects with who you are, then it’s not going to work. It is darned near impossible to make something part of your life and to make big changes to your lifestyle without a motivating reason.
If you’re serious about becoming more active and living a happier, healthier, and better life (and quitting the sedentary lifestyle), then it is imperative that you find your motivation. Here are a few examples of different types of motivation.Read More
Learning how to say, “no” doesn’t make you a bad person so it’s really important to move past any guilt that is stopping you from doing the right thing by yourself. We only have so much time and energy to give and if it’s all going on other people, what’s left for yourself?Read More