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Not the Normal New Year's Resolution Training Plan!
You have goals! You want to get fit, lose weight, gain muscle, be able to run around with the kids, feel more energetic! Whatever the goal is, ask yourself this question…
How long to you want to feel “insert goal”?
How long do you want to feel fit?
How long do you want to be energetic?
How long do you want muscle?
How long do you want to keep the weight off?
If the answer is 2 weeks, a month, maybe even up to a year! Go ahead jump on team New Year, New Me!
If the answer is as long as possible or the rest of my life… then you do not need a new years resolution. What you need is a gradual habit change!
For example, you may be looking for a beginners workout plan. Well, ask yourself how many days a week can you guarantee you can workout? How much time do you know you have each of those days?
Chances are you are not going to say 5-6 days a week for 1-2 hours. And guess what, you do not need that much!
If you are just starting out and trying to get into a workout routine, a little goes a long way! And if you start too hard too fast without fitting it into your life you will easily find excuses to stop! If you start slowly you will slowly see progress and it will become easier for you and you will eventually want to have 2, 3 or 4 days a week or maybe you go 2 days a week but add 10 minutes to your workout routine! Slowly adding them in when you know you can stick to it!
Another reason to add it in slowly is that you will get better results. If you go too hard too fast, you will eventually not have anywhere to go. Or then you can not balance your training with your eating and you are too hungry and you end up overeating.
Don’t worry about finding the perfect routine and going to the gym every day. Instead commit to the time you know you do have and choose an exercise program you think you will like to keep you going back! That this the key to keep going back and make it consistent!