Whether you want to lose weight, get stronger, look more toned, improve your health, or all of the above, here are some tips and tricks to help you stick with a weight loss workout plan.
Now that summer days have faded into memories and you're not spending as many hours outdoors, it’s as good a time as ever to adopt a new exercise routine and healthy eating plan.
You want to be in the best possible physical shape when you retire, so you can enjoy all your newfound time for fun and recreation!
If we don’t progress with a workout plan the right way or start out too hard, we can end up doing more harm than good, the result being injury or burnout. That’s why it’s so important to listen to your body when it comes not only to exercise, but to diet and other lifestyle habits you regularly engage in, too.
One smart way to spend the extra time on our hands: pay better attention to our long-term health and wellbeing by starting to incorporate new healthy habits into our routines.
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The initial excitement of embarking on a fitness journey or challenge is super motivating – but once this falls into a lull it can be difficult to keep going. Stay motivated with these tips!