If New Year’s is the time to set bold new fitness goals, February is the make or breaking point. Even the most committed fitness enthusiasts often have trouble keeping their exercise resolutions. To break this cycle and stay fit throughout the year, you must:
If you have resolved to make 2017 the year that you get physically fit, you need a solid game plan to achieve that goal. So often, most people start out thinking they will go to the gym, eat some salad and expect to see fast results. The problem is that getting fit isn’t necessarily that simple, and many can get bored with their workouts, feel deprived of their favorite foods, frustrated they aren’t seeing immediate results, or all of the above. This causes many people throw in the towel and maybe think about retrying once the next New Year rolls around. This year, instead of giving up, try a different approach by adding HIIT to your workout and still “have your cake and eat it too” (in moderation, of course).
Most of the time when you work out, you feel powerful and energized. But there are some days where you hit a wall: you feel groggy and exhausted and you just can’t shake it. Why is your body responding like this? How can you get rid of this feeling?
No matter what your workout preference—pilates or crossfit or anything in between—carefully calculated nutritional strategies and supplements are the key to optimizing your workouts and eliminating your fatigue.