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4-Week Bodyweight Home Workout (Workout Series Book 1)

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  • This is part 5 of our 7 day series of exercise routines from the popular pin from pinterest. If you’re trying to get an awesome body then get moving and use these user friendly pictorials to guide you! Don’t get lost in the sea of intention, let us guide you to your goal!

    Jump rope workout routines have stood the test of time. Despite the arrival of different fad exercises and routines, anyone could still see a lot of people, especially athletes do jump rope in their conditioning workouts. People who jump rope claim that they feel energized and free of stray thoughts after doing it. They become more agile, balanced and with sharpened reflexes.

  • The other side to this coin is the diet side. Many people start the exercise routine strong and don’t see results in the time they want because they haven’t changed their food intake. This is a major factor and can negate any exercise routine you’re engaged in. We hear a lot about the setbacks that fast food establishments provide with weight loss and a healthy lifestyle, but many times we overlook the healthy meal on our plates that there is just too much of. While chicken breast is better for you than a double cheeseburger, too much chicken breast on your plate will slow down the results you want to see and lead to frustration. Too much of anything will slow your results, no matter how healthy. We have a health coach who is offering a complimentary session to anyone interested in dialing in their diet.

    Think about activities that you enjoy and how you can incorporate them into an exercise routine. Watch TV as you ride a stationary bike, chat with a friend as you walk, take photographs on a scenic hike, walk the golf course instead of using a cart, or dance to music as you do household chores.

  • The first thing I find with people who start an exercise routine and then stop for a couple weeks is that, many times, they’ve set unrealistic scheduling expectations for themselves. They want to start working out five days a week or lose 10 pounds in two weeks, when they have no experience in doing either before. We need to take a realistic look at our daily schedule and put exercise where it fits in there. But don’t start with five days a week if you’ve never done that before. Consistency comes with the small wins first! Schedule two to three days of exercise a week in your calendar and stick with it for three weeks. Once you have that routine down, add another day of exercise in your calendar if you feel like you can realistically achieve it. If not, try adding an additional 15-20 minutes to the two to three days of exercise you’ve already successfully worked into your routine. Managing your schedule expectations is especially important throughout the holidays, as our schedules can change so much with going out of town and family coming into town. So look ahead and plan accordingly as your schedule changes throughout the holidays.

The 4-Week Beginner's Workout Routine | Muscle & Fitness

Starting or maintaining a regular exercise routine can be a challenge as you get older. You may feel discouraged by illness, ongoing health problems, or concerns about injuries or falls. Or, if you've never exercised before, you may not know where to begin. Or perhaps you think you're too old or frail, or that exercise is boring or simply not for you.