In today’s society we try to fit so much in which leads to a busy and hectic life. Between work and family there is often a reasonable amount of stress that we need to deal with in our day to day lives. The stress begins to build and often there is no outlet for it, therefore, we carry it with us creating emotional and physical problems.
It’s now the middle of January and I can bet that one of your New Year’s Resolutions was to exercise more, for whatever reasons; health, fitness, weight loss etc. Let me guess so far you haven’t because the motivation just isn’t there. Are you having trouble exercising regularly outside of your PT sessions? Here are some tips to get motivated!
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The current National Activity Guidelines for Australians recommend that you should perform at least 30-mintues of moderate exercise every day
Do you ever drive past and look at people running along and think “How do they make it look so easy? How come their not puffing and panting? How can they run for 2 hours and I can only run for 2 minutes? ” The key is oxygen!
Overload is one of the key principles of training, whether you are training for fitness, weight-loss, strength, flexibility, balance or anything, really. If you want to improve, then mastering the principle of overload is essential.