Health And Fitness Ideas 2020
Most of us do it at some point in our life, and well, some of us could do it every day procrastination has a way of finding its way in many corners of our life.
At home, it usually happens around housework. When it comes to health, the excuses are endless … “I’m going to exercise after work” … then, after work, it’s “oh, I feel a little tired … I’m going to exercise for tomorrow “… then, after going to bed too late and sleeping through the alarm, you repeat the procrastination game.
But if you are serious about your health and the best ways to be hygienic, then you must overcome procrastination. Below are the best health ideas 2020 helping you regain your health and fitness regimen.
Be sure to set realistic goals
If you work a 55-hour week, you have a daily trip of 1 to 2 hours to work, in addition to family responsibilities; it can be unrealistic to expect you to go to the gym for 1 hour, six days a week. Most likely, you will be lucky to get there twice, and the remaining four days would be full of guilt. Often, this will make you completely abandon the health ideas of exercise.
It is important that exercise experience is positive. A better approach might be to assign one gymnastics day per week initially, and a 20-minute walk in your lunch hour another day. It is better to start with smaller and achievable exercise goals and slowly increases until you are doing 150 minutes/week of cardiovascular exercise.
Schedule your training times in your diary or on your calendar
Schedule workouts at a similar time, and on certain days you can develop a routine. This allows others to learn your routine so that they can also solve it. Once it is in your journal, treat it as you would any other appointment. It is important to schedule the exercise at the time it is most likely to do so. Do not schedule it at times when you are likely to be too tired or hungry. Personally, I think that exercising in the morning is better because it reduces the possibility of “not being able to train in the exercise” later.
Get an exercise partner
Look for another person with a similar level of fitness to train, and who expects you to meet them at a certain time and place, and then you are more likely to commit to the training times you have scheduled in your journal.
Get a personal trainer
A personal trainer is an even more committed version of the exercise partner. A personal trainer is an appointment on your agenda, which in some cases you will have to pay even if the session is lost … this can be a great incentive to make sure you show up! The advantage of a personal trainer is that you don’t need to think about the exercises yourself, and you are more likely to train harder than if you were doing it on your own.
Document your progress
This is a great way to stay motivated. If you regularly check your progress and can easily see your improvements, you will be motivated to continue.
Reward yourself regularly
Bribes work with children … why not you? If you make the bribe good enough, you’d be surprised what you could do. Try to gather a group of friends with similar fitness goals and “get together” for a super prize! Or buy new clothes every time you reach a weight loss goal … Whatever works.
Negotiate with yourself
Say you’ll only do 5 minutes. You may not feel like exercising, but tell yourself that you will start your program and will only do 5 minutes, and then, if you still don’t feel like doing it, you will stop. Most of the time, you will finish your program.
Take the approach that each bit counts
Incidents hide the remote control! Take the stairs … park the car farther in stores or on appointments … get off the bus, or train one stop earlier … take the children to the park and chase them … or try to get off the couch every Advertising break and move (for example, march on the ground or do push-ups, etc.)
Choose exercise activities that fit your lifestyle
If you are a busy mother with three children under three years old, it is unlikely that you can go to the gym five days a week. Similarly, if you are a corporate executive who works 60 hours a week and travel daily, you are unlikely to go to the gym immediately after work at 8 p.m. every day.
So choose exercise activities and schedules that fit your lifestyle. A busy mother could be better, combining her exercise time with activities that include children. Pushing the stroller off the road (that is, not on roads or highways) is an excellent exercise for new moms. Or simply chase the children for an hour in the park. It is also important for children to learn that exercise is part of daily life. Exercising as a family can have a very positive effect on family dynamics … as one of the sayings says … the family that plays together stays together.
Choose activities that are fun
There are so many forms of exercise; you should be able to choose something you find pleasant. For example, you might like to look at houses, so walk through a neighborhood full of big houses. Or ride a bike on the beach etc.