How to get fit

October 9, 2015 by  
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How to get fit

 Infrequent exercise can do more harm than good. Regularity is also important in resting, sleeping, and following a sensible diet.


 Training must be geared toward specific goals. You will become a better runner if your training emphasizes running Recovery after a hard day of training for a given component of fitness should be followed by an easier training day or rest day for that component and or muscle group, and make sure to stay hydrated. Another way to allow recovery is to switch the muscle groups exercised every other day, especially when training for strength and or muscle endurance. Discover how less time, more intensity and sensible planned rest will fire up your body for change and real improvement like nothing else ever before.  The most incredible fat burning and muscle protecting program ever devised will lead you step by step to fat loss and lean muscle results – and have your body in a constant fat burning state!  This is no joke- this is how we train.  Anyone can do it.  So rest more, train less and get the results you want.  No one said it had to be excessive! You are about to train smart! The very first thing you need do is go to your doctor and get the approval to start exercising. Your doctor may also provide some helpful tips as well.

After you get the “OK” from your doctor, try these 5 things to help you get started: Make the Choice to Start Exercising and Eating Right

Making the decision to do something provides a form of commitment you made to your self. Deciding that you need to change behavior creates new possibilities. When you say to your self “I need to get in shape”, it means something. You should be answering these questions in your mind: When can I work out? What exercises do I need to do? What foods should I be eating? Make your self think about the commitment you just made. Only then you can let go of the past and take steps to move forward.

Write Down What You Do

You need a reference that is realistic towards your weekly activity. Write down everything you do during the week. This should include work hours, commuting hours, nights spent with your spouse, your child’s activities and anything else you can think of that you do. You should also include what you do on weekends.

You need to work on flexibility  in other words the ability to move your joints

Physical Fitness training

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