I’ve been asked this question as a personal trainer more than any other question out there, “How do I get rid of my belly fat?”. It can really be a stubborn area to shrink, but there are many tried and true methods to saying “goodbye” to belly fat forever.
Do you have a hard time to find time to do your workout?
Saying that you lack of time is almost like saying that you don’t have 24 hours every day like all other people around you. It almost never about having time, it is all about prioritizing.
Maybe you need to try prioritizing differently in your everyday life. Because if you don’t prioritize your health and exercise, you might need to make time for illness. I have a four tips about how you can find time during your day to exercise, it doesn’t necessary have to take that long.
But if you do it consistently and with commitment you will gain a lot, both energy, a healthier and stronger body and mind.
Now is the time of the year when you have the opportunity to see if you are willing enough to do a change in your life or not. Are you enough committed to do this, and do the necessary changes in your life to reach your goal?
Are you committed to hold on to your goal and to never give up?
This is the tricky part, when you have done it for a while and start feeling tired at what you do or maybe feel that your time is not enough to keep doing it. But don’t stop, don’t let yourself down.
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