Top 5 Tips For A Successful Workout

Top 5 Tips For A Successful Workout

Top 5 Tips For A Successful Workout

 

1. If You’re Just Starting A Workout Routine, Start Small.

 

“Consistence really is key when you’re starting out. Try doing easy things consistently and that will build confidence in yourself to do more. Setting micro goals that are obtainable gives you confidence and shows you are capable of doing something they didn’t realize you could do.”

 

2. Set An Achievable Workout Goal That’s Within Your Control.

 

“Setting action or progress goals as opposed to outcome goals keeps peoples’ expectations in check. I try to set goals for clients that are in their control. For example, doing a workout three times a week is something obtainable. I also like to create a workout environment that’s fun, where people leave feeling better, so they have a positive association with working out.”

 

3. If You Want To See Faster Results, Give A Fitness Coach A Try.

 

“When coaching you can push people further than they would normally go, so having a coach to guide you will improve your results.”

 

4. If You’re Working Out To Lose Weight, Focus On Your Nutrition Too.

 

“When it comes to weight loss, 80% comes down to the food that you’re eating. When dealing with a situation where someone needs to lose a lot of weight, I focus on nutrition exclusively at first. I want to get a client on their feet but not to hurt themselves or tax their bodies. So no rigorous routines, just small steps towards being more active. I measure the progress and create simple goals, like walking around the block, and then ramp it up with small, measurable, and obtainable benchmarks. Most of the time, once we address nutrition clients will begin to feel better, so we can ramp up exercise.”

 

5. Remember: Seeing Results From Your Workouts Take Time.

 

“I see a lot of clients respond to measurable workouts where they can see immediate improvements. You can see your body responding to a workout in weeks, but body composition takes longer to change.”

 

 

 

Need Help With Your Workout Routine?

Call us Today 604-535-7373  South Surrey, BC

 

Jennifer Ceresino

Personal Trainer and Posture Specialist

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Posted on: August 1, 2017Tom Burge
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