The very first thing you need to do is go to the doctor and get permission to begin exercising. Your health care professional can also have some useful tips.
Try these 5 things to help you get started after you get the “Yes” from your doctor: Make the decision to start exercising and eating healthy….
Make the Choice to Start Exercising and Eating Right
Taking a decision to do something gives you some kind of commitment to yourself Deciding to change your attitude, offers new possibilities. When you say “I need to get in shape” to yourself, that means something. In your mind you can answer these questions: When will I find out? Which kind of workouts will I do? Which foods do I eat? Let yourself aware of the dedication you’ve just made.
Only then will you let go of the past and take action to get on with it.
Write down What You Do
You need a guide to your weekly task which is practical. Anything you do during the week should be written down. These will include working hours, driving hours, spending evenings with your family, the activities of your child and everything else that you might think of doing. Sometimes, you can mention what you do on weekends. For each day of the week, you will draw a list. Here is the reason…..
Many people set ambitious targets like 2 hours of work-out a day. That may be because of an old saying, “Good is better.” This is not the case however.
Knowing your schedule will help you set reasonable goals and help you find a few hours of workouts a week to get going. In your routine you should have a clear view of what you can and can not do.
Research and Get Information
Most people have inadequate information before beginning a work out program. And how is it that we get the details we need? The good thing is that we are living in the Digital Age. Make the most of your favorite search engine and know a little bit about diet and health.
Don’t go crazy though, and lose concentration. Find an information source that you like, and take notes. Find best and simplest fitness tips and workouts.
Don’t waste the details on yourself.
If you have the money, hire a personal trainer to help launch a few sessions. Hiring a personal trainer is a perfect way to get started because you are committed to meeting someone for workout. The goal is to have the trainer teach you the fundamentals of healthy exercise and eating. Learning how to perform the exercises can also be healthier (especially if you haven’t exercised for some time).
Create a Simple Plan and Set Realistic Goals
Build a Clear Plan and Set Achievable Targets It is much easier to follow a straightforward plan when on a hectic schedule than to follow an complicated plan. You will have a schedule for which days you want to work out, and one target over the next few weeks to improve your eating habits.
For example, “This week I’ll work out for 3 days for half an hour. I’m going to eat every meal a little less. “Easy is progress.
Execute Your Plan:
Now that you’ve got a strategy, you just need to execute it. This is yet another huge move.
Upon waking every day, you will look at your schedule. You need to be prepared mentally for the wonderful day ahead of you. Getting your daily schedule in hand will help you achieve your daily goals. When the day’s workout is through, highlight it or mark it off your list. It will teach you everything you’ve done on your own.
No matter what you do have to do. That will be the most challenging (and rewarding) move.
I hope these things help you embark on a new physical health life.
Life is packed with decision taking, understanding of your responsibilities, information gain, preparation and execution. Test these strategies for yourself and you’ll see that getting your own diet and exercise routine isn’t as far-fetched or difficult as you think.