A lot of people have found one common excuse for refusing to keep fit and this excuse is simply “lack of time due to work”. No matter how busy you are, you can always create time to do anything you develop passion for, even if it’s just for a few minutes daily. Staying fit is not all about building nice physiques as most people think, it is also a great way to remain healthy and resistant to all forms of stress you face at your place of work. I used to be in the category of people that couldn’t create time for workout some years ago until my mentality was revolutionized. Now that I don’t joke with it anymore, I started seeing myself as being lazy all those years because I didn’t need more than 30 minutes each day for it. If you combine the total time you take to eat daily, it’ll probably be in the range of 30 to 40 minutes. If you can spend that much time eating on a daily basis, then I simply can’t understand why 30 minutes, 3 times weekly is too much to spare.
Things You Should Consider before Purchasing Setting up Your Home Gym
If you have made up your mind to join the fitness train, you probably would be thinking towards setting up your own gym, especially if you are financially buoyant enough; but before you go purchasing fitness equipment, you need to ask a fitness expert to create a program for you based on your ability and availability. You can do it on your own but trust me, it’s better when the experts do it for you.
Don’t just go purchasing any fitness equipment you see on TV as you might not need them. Equipment to purchase are strictly based on the kind of fitness training you are going into. Your fitness expert is in the best position to list the machines you’ll be needing.
The program created by your fitness expert would include the duration of your exercise and the number of days per week involved. In most cases, it is better for you to have your fitness instructor with you at the beginning of your fitness program so that he’ll confirm that you are doing the right thing.
Apart from your fitness expert coming up with a fitness program for you, you still need to ask your doctor for advice on the impact of the fitness program on your health. Your doctor will check the intensity of the exercises you’ll be doing and see if it has any adverse effect on your health. This paragraph is essential to those who already have pre-existing medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, ulcer, heart ailments, asthma, and the rest.
Finally, it is essential to have a diet that matches with your fitness program because the food you ingest in one way or the other has an effect on your body. Your doctor is in the best position to scrutinize the diet offered by your fitness expert and determine if it’s alright for you, or if there is need for addition or subtraction.