Mary James

Follow These 3 Expert Tips To Become Your Fittest Self This Year


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Kaelin Tuell Poulin ‧ Former IFBB Pro athlete and Co-founder of LadyBoss Weight Loss

Most people strive to become fitter physically, but few people know how to accomplish their goal. It's hard to get in enough exercise regularly, and changing your diet is an overwhelming prospect. Learning how to make the necessary changes over time and how to become fitter is the only way that you are going to reach your fitness goals.

The thought of getting fit may seem daunting, but the rewards are worth it, trust me. I have laid out 3 steps you should take to get yourself on the road to a fitter, healthier and happier you. Add these fabulous tricks to your daily routine and you're guaranteed to see the results you've always wanted.

#1. Commit To A Workout Program

You can get fit by riding a bike, walking down the street or doing most other physical activities, but the trick is to commit to what you want to do. No matter how you plan to improve your body, you need to do it gradually over a long period of time.

If you walk every day for a year, you'll see improvements. If you cycle 30 miles a week for several months, you should also see improvements, but working out for three hours a day is not going to do anything for you. Focus on making small changes to your life that you can stick to, stick to your exercise programme and you're more likely to get fit successfully.

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TIP: No matter how you plan on improving your body, you have to make these improvements gradually over a long period.

#2. Get Involved With Activities That Promote Fitness

Joining an adult sports league or club that focuses on a high-activity activity will help you make a commitment to get fit and stay fit. These groups provide regular encouragement to keep moving and try to improve your body in any way you can.

You'll find that the urge to get out and move more comes from other people wanting to do it with you, and that's why you need to find a talented group to support you.

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#3. Switch To A Better Diet

Being fit isn't just about exercising and fitting regular activities into your life, although that helps. It's also about eating the right foods and stopping overeating. If you commit to changing the way you eat, any improvements in your fitness will be reflected in the way you look.

Cut out sugary or junk foods that are known to be bad for you. Substitute healthier alternatives for common foods you usually eat. By making simple changes here and there, such as having a banana instead of a Pop Tart in the morning, you'll notice that your diet is becoming healthier, but the change won't be a huge burden.

The Bottom Line

You shouldn't try to become a fit person overnight, because it doesn't work that way. Instead of changing everything about yourself in a single day, make small changes over time.

You'll be able to commit to these changes more easily if you don't shock your body, and over time all these small adjustments will really add up. This is how you get to the fitness level you want and get fitter.

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And if you exercise regularly, over time, you will gain even more fitness benefits. At six to eight weeks, you can definitely notice some changes and in three to four months, you can do a pretty good overhaul for your health and fitness. Strength-specific results take about the same amount of time.


If you want to start your journey to having a better body to feel great, here are some tips:


The 'seven-minute workout' is getting a lot of attention these days, and it sure sounds enticing. But experts say the express exercise routine is not as effective — or as short — as it sounds. The workout consists of 12 high-intensity exercises that use only body weight as resistance.


Thankfully, it takes a little while to lose your hard-earned endurance. For most runners, it takes about seven to 14 days for your aerobic fitness to start declining. And what you lose initially is mostly the gains that you've made in the last several months of training.

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About the Author Mary James

I am passionate about fitness, a healthy lifestyle, cooking, and well-being. This blog is about some of my thoughts that are occupying my mind and spirit daily over the last 10 years and my grand passion – weight loss and fitness, healthy lifestyle and healthy food, mindfulness and self-improvement.

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