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The Very Best Workout For Great Results

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

The very best workout for you is.....the one you WILL DO.

I was reminded of this concept this January. I fell into a rut the last few months where I was doing workouts that I knew were good for me and challenging, but I wasn't having fun. I went too long without having fun, and I stopped seeing results. At the beginning of this year I went back to one of the workouts programs that helped me lose weight in the beginning of my journey. It's Les Mills Combat. I forgot how much I enjoyed, yes you heard me, ENJOYED these workouts. It's been three weeks using the program and I've lost 7 pounds. I'm feeling more like myself. I look forward to my workouts, because I think they're fun.

Ask yourself right now, " Do I enjoy my workouts?" Is there a point in your workout whether it's the people you workout with, the type of exercises you do or the beat of the music that makes you clap your hands, smile and say, "lets do it," or "I love this." Let's face it if what you're doing right now feels like torture and you dread every minute leading up to your workout, you're not going to stick with it, or you're not going to get the results that you want.

Find something you like. Do something you know you'll do, especially if you're just starting your journey, or getting back on the wagon. Rather than dreading it you'll view fitness as a positive part of your day.
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  • JBE1225
    You are so right. Last week I was doing the same work out DVDs. This week I've decided to mix it up and I feel a lot better about it. Keep up the great work! emoticon
    2191 days ago
  • MOEE45
    That is sooooo true!!
    I love workouts you look forward to, like you say clapping your hands to the beat of the music! It is pure fun with results! emoticon emoticon
    2191 days ago
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