Friday, March 10, 2017

Jump Start Your Spring Training...

Spring can be a busy time of the year with the season changing coupled with spring cleaning and all. I have been saying for a long time now that fitness is really about energy creation, usage, and proper management. Fitness combats a human energy crisis in the United States. 

What will you do this spring to get your energy up?

Here are 3 quick tips to jump start your spring training program:

1. Train in cycles or blocks. Also known as periodization, training in a block or micro-cycle of 4 weeks (a macro-cycle is 12 weeks) works best for focus and also allows for effective growth while staving off over-training. A trainer can help you by creating a program, monitoring your progress, keeping your training safe, making adaptations, holding you accountable, and keeping you well informed.

2. Start small. Small changes can produce big results. Small tweaks in your fitness & nutritional plan along with focus and consistency can get you jump started this spring.

3. Minimize restrictions. Having too many restrictions in a fitness plan creates monotony, promotes over-training, and increases the risk of injury. The entire process should be exciting, doable, and of course fun.
You should also consider finding a burn buddy to create strong accountability for your sweat sessions...

Tackling time...

Time is actually on your side if you train diligently. You will feel good and actually stave off many effects of modern day metabolic/biological aging (different than chronological aging). Many people often use the so-called lack of time as an excuse to skip out on their sweat sessions. You have time to do this. Just make it happen. You will feel phenomenal.

Spring Cleaning With Isagenix...

Isagenix is designed to gently rid the body of potentially harmful impurities, while infusing it with essential vitamins, botanicals and other natural ingredients to help shed pounds naturally without the use of laxatives, stimulants or diuretics. Isagenix is best used with sensible and practical 400-600 meals (guidelines provided when ordered).

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