Fitness, Health, Motivation, Nutrition, Weight loss

5 Tips To Getting Fit

Most people already know how to eat and train correctly, the internet has solved this issue for many people. The amount of information on the internet is off the scale, and anyone who wants to put in the effort has all the necessary information to do wonders with their bodies.

So, why do we continue to type new questions in the search engines and look for new answers?

The paradox is that the bicycle is already invented, and we will not find magical new answers. But we continue to look for a new way to get everything, while only putting in minimal effort.

In fact, the only thing that we truly lack to achieve our goal is a proper plan of action!

In this article, I propose to take responsibility, start acting and come up with a real plan without waiting for someone else to do it for you!

In order to get somewhere (with anything in life), we need to know a few simple things.

Where are we at?

Where are we going?

How much time can we spend on the road?

It would seem like everything is very simple, but we can’t always give honest answers to these simple questions.

Keep reading below to find out how to develop a straightforward plan to improve your body and your physical health!

1. Adequately Evaluate Yourself

We all have complexes; there’s always something we don’t like about ourselves!

Our vision of who we are is better than reality, that’s how we help ourselves to cope with the pressure that we feel from society.

To be honest, this is absolutely normal!

However, to improve our lives, we must boldly and adequately assess the state in which we are starting on our path.

What would you like to change in yourself?

How would you like to look not only for one day but your whole li

Once you understand these questions, and yourself, you are already on the correct path!

2. Start a Food Diary

Recording and counting your food seems insanely tedious, but it’s not about a strict diet and calorie counting.

We want to get real information about what our day looks like from our body’s point of view. We need to understand how much, and what we eat, to be able to influence our metabolism for both fat burning, and muscle growth.

Download a handy app with a friendly interface, buy a cute kitchen scale, and simply record what you eat for at least a few months.

In time, you will begin to understand how much you need to eat intuitively, and the foods which are best for your body. You will become conscious about your eating habits, and it will become much easier to improve them!

The most important benefit that I took from this is that when I saw on paper how many useless products I consume without being hungry (and most importantly without knowing it), I changed the way I look at most foods and snacks.

Now I don’t even want to eat them, and I don’t feel like I’m limiting myself!

I simply enjoy what I eat!

3. Enjoy Your Workouts

Many people see training as punishment.

They see training as punishment for the weight gained earlier, or for an extra piece of cake.

This attitude greatly decreases the result of the training itself and leads to indirect consequences.

We begin to “reward” ourselves with delicious and so bad for us “yummies” after training, or we run to eat boring proteins and carbohydrates because we because we are trying to feed the mythical metabolic window.

Ultimately, nobody likes to suffer.

Being bored as a result of this attitude forces many people to simply quit training.

Have an interesting workout plan, do what you like, and change your workouts from time to time.

Training is not only weights and cardio.

You can swim, go horseback riding, play any sport, take dancing classes, rock climbing, trampolines, flying in an aerotube, etc.

Unleash your wildest imagination, and do what you have always dreamed of!

4. Eat Smart

Starving and limiting yourself will not help if you want to look good year-round.

If you do not have breakfast in the morning, you will come home hungry and stuff yourself with things your body can’t digest after being crazed at work all day.

I understand how hard it is for a busy working person to eat right, but it’s very doable at the same time.

Eat well, load up on protein, cut your carbs just a little bit.

We have many recipes you could use to cook your breakfast the evening before, and these can make a huge difference in your life!

Prepare a delicious meal for lunch, and put it in 2-3 small containers. It does not take up much space.

In extreme cases, if you can’t carry food because of the temperature or the nature of your work, take a couple of portions of protein with you.

You will find milk or water everywhere, and it will also stop you from unplanned snacks and street food.

Our body has to receive food regularly. Muscle always burns faster than fat if we don’t feed it with enough protein!

If you make a habit to feed it in time, then the gratitude of your body will surpass all your expectations!

5. Track Your Results

Make a rule to measure yourself every week.

Tracking your results will help you be aware and maintain excellent shape, even if you went a little bit off course and have been naughty for a while.

Normally, if we are on the right track, we will be able to see changes every week. If it doesn’t happen, it’s a clear sign that we have to adjust our nutrition or workout plan (possibly both).

When you have reached your goal, you will look wonderful and enjoy life!

It is very important to check in now and then as well, to make sure you’re still where you want to be.

Because let me tell you something, people are going to be complimenting you on your half-done job, and say you don’t need to continue and excel!

Guess what?

Only you know the work you’ve put into your transformation, and you WON’T stop until you are exactly where you want to be and nowhere else!

It’s great that you are on the way to your perfect self!

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I believe in you!

Your in health,



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