reBeing healthy is a big part/ important part of life. Sometimes it just takes a little focus but here are a few plans to getting on track and boosting those results.
1. Set your priorityIn other words: Get excited about a goal! Maybe you want to finally master pull-ups. Or be able to run 3 miles nonstop, or add distance to your golf drive. Let your mind go to something you’ve always wanted to try or do.
As adults, we often write off those goals as silly. They aren’t! They can add a fun factor to your routine (and also a clear purpose).
2. Have a plan.
If you want to do something, the plan has to relate to that. If you want to become a faster runner , you can't just lift weights 3 days a week. Your plan has to involved running.
3. Make a plan for progression.
This is directly related to creating the plan I mentioned in tip #2 … but takes it one step further. It’s making sure your plan grows and changes as you get fitter. Personal trainers call this “periodization.”
If you always do the same exercises the same way, eventually you’ll plateau and stop making progress.
You want to make sure your workouts challenge you just enough to move you closer to your goals, but not so much that you feel drained, overly sore, or get injured.
4.Eat to support your goals. Your body needs proper nutrients and fuel to have goals. Make sure you are fueling effectively.
5. Don't forget rest and recovery. Your body needs to recover when it has a challenge. Rest up and refocus as your body does need breaks.
Hope these tips help add a little focus.
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