Happier And Fitter You

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Whoever said that being fit only comes with pain and suffering has probably never been truly happy in life. While it’s true that there’s no gain if there’s no pain when it comes to fitness, it’s also true that there’s no happiness if there’s no pain when it comes to fitness.

Just like in life, being fit comes with trials that may seem too overwhelming to overcome. And just like in life, being fit comes with challenges that may seem too overpowering to conquer. But you know what? Just like in life, there’s no trial in fitness that you can’t overcome. And just like in life, there’s no challenge fitness that you can’t conquer.

What’s more, all you need to do is think of every step you will take as a pebble’s stone closer to your goals in life. And ultimately, all you need to do is think of every stone you will take as a hand’s reach to your happiness in life.

And it’s because of how fitness is really like – for you to become happier, all the while becoming fitter.

Even if you’re just doing very simple exercises like breathing deeply on the floor and stretching as far as you can, you are already one pebble’s stone closer to your goals. Even if you’re just doing simple exercises like pushing softly on the wall and jumping as high as you can, you are already one hand’s reach closer to your happiness.

And it’s all because of how fitness is really like – for you to become happier, all the while becoming fitter.

Now, what more if you’re doing elaborate exercises such as running around the block a couple of times and planking for as long as you can? And now, what more if you’re doing very elaborate exercises such as cycling around the park for a number of times and pilating for as many as you can? You will not only be two pebbles’ stone closer to your goals, but also two hands’ reach to your happiness.

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Establishing Habits For Lifelong Wellness

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Let’s face it.

When it comes to health, it’s not enough for one to just be aware of what he’s drinking and eating. When it comes to fitness, it’s not enough for one to just be aware of what he’s doing and performing. Because when it comes to lifelong wellness, these are not enough without one establishing habits – the kind of habits that you’ll aspire to become healthier and fitter than usual, the kind of habits that you’ll apply to become healthier fitter than usual.

That being said, here are some ways to establish habits for lifelong wellness:

Set goals.

Goals are not just there for you to aspire from. Goals are also there for you to apply to. For you to establish habits for lifelong wellness, you need to have goals. It could be as hard as maintaining a balanced diet by going for home-made like smoked popcorn. It could be as easy as losing a few kilograms by going for custom-made like staired pushups. Regardless, these goals you aspire from will help you apply to – not just for the short term, but also for the long term.

List goals.

Let’s say, you’ve already set your first goals. How can you make it into a want to aspire from? How can you make it into a need to apply to? For you to establish habits for lifelong wellness, you need to list goals. Just think of it like affixing your signature on a legit contract. This contract will serve as your daily reminder that you have a want to aspire from, as well as a need to apply to – both of which will make your goals even more doable.

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Why Exercising with a Friend or Group is Good for You

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Fitness is essentially a solitary pursuit. You start the journey on your own by making that decision to get active or stay fit, if you are already on track. And unless you sign up for a team sport or group class, you are pretty much on your own. While some people have no trouble staying motivated exercising on their own, there are those who may need the extra push from others at some point. If you are having trouble sticking with an exercise routine, it may be a good time to find a fitness partner or group who can help you stay on track. Exercising with others add an element of challenge, fun, and inspiration. It could also provide a break from usual routines that may become boring over time.

Find an exercise partner or group. Invite family and friends to join you in one of your exercise routines. You can go walking, running, swimming, or engage in a wide array of fun, physical activities that might encourage them to start exercising with you.

Look for someone who has similar exercise goals. Another way to get motivated to work out is to find a workout or recreational activity partner who shares the same fitness goals as yours. If you are training for your first marathon, you could seek out potential exercise buddies who may be aiming for the same thing. If you are trying to lose weight, you can look for someone who is serious about shedding the excess weight.

Set a challenge or goal. Talk about your fitness plan and goals with your fitness partner or group. What improvements are you aiming for? Having clear, shared goals can help in keeping you and your exercise buddy motivated to achieve the results you want.

Mark it on your calendar. Set a regular workout meet-up with your fitness partner or group. Mark it on your calendar. You and your exercise buddy should agree on an exercise schedule that works best for both of you. You can start with a few days a week until such time you become more comfortable sticking to more regular or daily workout sessions.

Give each other a push. Not everyone is motivated to exercise every single day. Pay attention to your fitness partner or group’s level of motivation. Give the needed push or motivation, if needed.

Celebrate milestones and progress. Keep track of your progress and give yourselves well-deserved rewards for goals met. Taking time to notice small improvements can boost your motivation and inspire you to keep going.