Exercise is the best way that I have found to learn about myself. Sure, it's fun to be in a group occasionally, but you need to be able to discipline yourself to working your body, even if no one else wants to.
Do Now, What You Would Do Then.
Imagine that you are in exactly the shape that you ultimately want to be. You're lean, strong, fit. You're the envy of all of your friends. All of your hard work has paid off. Once you've reached your goal, what would you do each day to protect your investment? How would you eat? How would you exercise? What would you NOT do? Would you skip workouts? If you can think about what you would do to protect a great body once you had it, you know what to do to get there. Doing the things to keep that body, will make your body become what you want.
Once you've reached your goal, what would you do each day to protect your investment? How would you eat?
During your quest for longevity, try not to change too much in your life too quickly. Many people, in their annual search for health make broad resolutions that require several different lifestyle changes. Quitting smoking, starting an exercise program and dieting all in the same week can be extremely challenging.
Tackling any ONE of the above is challenging enough. If you have any of the above vices or others, you may want to try one step at a time rather than trying "cold turkey - and all at once!"
Here is a plan that will get you started on the right track.
If you would like to find out how you can get help with your training, feel free to give me a call, shoot me a text or send me an email.
Let me help you be accountable for your own health and fitness level. I will be there with you through the peaks and the valleys and push you off a plateau.
In good health,
David M. Leandro
E Q U I N O X | Personal Trainer