You have been trying to run, walking instead of taking the car and are tired of trying different fitness classes at without the result you are looking for. These extra unwanted pounds are still there. Let the fitness coach tell you how to come to an end with this, for all.
Sedentary lifestyle? If you are not living on the Serengeti or in the Arctic you are most likely familiar with what this article talks about. You are probably taking the car to work in the morning then taking the elevator up to your office floor where you sit at your desk for most of the time.
Before you even start! Remember that the right start is half the battle. This article will help you to choose the right BeYou program as well as the right BeYou Coach to kick-start you towards a better, fitter and healthier you.
One of the most popular phrases amongst fitness professionals is “Don’t skip leg day”.
There are numerous images cruising the web about this phenomenon and some are hilarious. Just Google it and see for yourself.
Want to know the truth?
There are plenty more reasons not to skip leg day apart from having a body that is out of “proportion”.
Let´s name a few:
I am sure you have heard this expression a thousand times. It truly is the best way to express conformity and lack of aspirations.
My main objective in this post is to help you detect when you are entering the comfort zone and how to avoid it.
If you are one of those people that constantly seeks the comfort zone in your daily life, you are at risk of becoming discouraged because we will not achieve the results we desire.
Apart from that, comfort zones are not time-effective or efficient. Let´s see what strategies or tools exist to get you out of your comfort zone.
Here are some tips to help you stay motivated in the gym. This list features some tips you can use to keep yourself going to the gym long after most people have quit.
Break Down Your Goals:
Set weekly or monthly goals (lose .5 kg a week, gain .2kg in lean muscle mass a month etc.) rather than envisioning what you want to accomplish a year or two years from now.
Getting started with a new project or activity can bring some unexpected challenges to our lives. One of those challenges arises when we say we want to get fitter and healthier. As a personal trainer I find that many trainees are often a bit apprehensive at first. How much time and effort does it take to accomplish my new goals? What if I fail? What if I injure myself? Continue reading