I am thankful and blessed this new year! May all of you be having a great Sunday. Its sunny here in Cali! Where ever you are hope you are enjoying the weather and happy to be alive!If you havent got that workout out in, get it done. Move for your heart!Love, Crystal.
Plans for the New Year has been on most of our minds. I know it has been on for mua. How can we make it a better place? Our love lives with everything, the world, family, work, fitness, health, ect. How do we improve? With in the next days plans of true inner searching for goal planning will be comming into plan. Yea, Sir:>)
Happy Monday! Up and early! Protein Shake down. Normally lack protein goals last couple weeks. Looking to get work done around the house and prepare for a busy week ahead! preped foods yesterday so thats check! just get workouts in! And School Work done! Must write lesson plans for my son. And practice my new fitness formats that added to my skills!!! No coffee yet! while preping food yesterday almost made a fesh pot but nope.Too All, May the week BE Great in one way or another!
How long should I exercise is a question I get asked all the time. If I charged ten cents for every time someone asked me that question, I’d be a millionaire by now!How long should I exercise is really a matter of external things rather than internal. Depending on how hard you exercise, you can get results from as little as ten minutes of exercise.In today’s blog, we shall cover a few tips to help you decide how long should I exercise.
6 Reasons People Quit Fitness Programs1. Change is hard2. Missing the instant gratification from old food and snacks3. Impatient and frustrated with their results4. Lack of support from family, friends and co-workers5. Time6. MotivationThese are a few observations I’ve made over the years. I am by no means a behavior expert, but I thought this might help some who are on the weight-loss and fitness rollercoaster and haven’t figured out why they’re struggling.
Drop and give me 15! You can’t? Are you in a hurry? Yes, forgive me for asking such a silly question! We’re ALWAYS in a hurry and never have time to spare. Of course I’m kidding, because we all should have at least 15 minutes for ourselves. If you’re being pulled in many different directions but need to find time to squeeze in a quick workout, just know, it can be accomplished in 15 minutes. Yes, I said 15 minutes. This isn’t magic. If I were a magician, I’d use my powers for grander outcomes.
When it comes to planning your workout, the duration probably isn't the first thing on your mind. Like many people you may have a rough time limit in your mind of when you want to be leaving the gym, which is usually anywhere between 45 and 90 minutes.
But do shorter workouts actually have the potential to be more effective in terms of fitness and strength gains?
We are all so busy. It is hard to find time for exercise, even if all what we need is some 30 minutes a day, five times a week. If you can fit in more exercise, go for it, but, oftentimes, I hear how hard it is to get even this minimum of half an hour a day.What is a gal or guy to do in order to train despite the lack of time?