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2015 is the year of the fit, healthy, woman. It is the year to focus on what you are eating, how you are living, and of course your 2015 fitness goals and accomplishments.
Focusing on your health is always important no matter where you are physically. Let's kick off 2015 by focusing on the basics to acheive our fitness goals this year.
1. Start by assessing your current strengths and areas of improvement. By benchmarking your current capabilities you will be able to see your growth over time and exceed your 2015 fitness goals.
Make realistic goals for nutrition, lifestyle, diet, training, strengths and weaknesses.
Create a schedule with a specific time for training and working out. If you only have one or two hours a day to devote to yourself (including food preparation time), then you need to be strict with how you prioritize your time
Set Realistic Goals
If you want to lose 15 lbs. and achieve that perfect bikini body make smaller goals with realistic dates that lead up to reaching and eventually exceeding your goals. Each smaller goal acheived will help build your confidence, momentum, and encourage you to work harder toward the next one.
Set up a Nutrition Plan
Once you’ve assessed your current fit level and set realistic goals, then it’s time to think about your diet. Yup.. the most hated, most researched, and most stressed about D word. We feel your pain, but trust us, the reality is that your health comes down to the quanitity and the quality of the food you eat... a.k.a your diet.
It is imperative that you focus on the quality of the food you are eating. If your diet consists of a consuming large quanitities of soda daily, little to no water, several cupcakes a day, and a dinner of a large hamburger - it doesn’t matter what you do in the gym or how hard you work out. By focusing on the quality of the food you eat your body will start to change dramatically.
Second you may need to focus on food quantity - (you may either eat too much or too little) - fixing this will help you gain muscle and lose fat at the same time.
P.S we all know about the popular (1 cheat day a week shcheme. sighhhh) we wholeheartedly endorse the 1 day a MONTH cheat day ! It's important to be strict on your nutrition plan as many of us have been there done that " I'll take the day off, I will only have cheat meals on weekends", that turns into an entire month or two of not working out or eating clean.
Your nutrition plan is one you should focus on long term rather than a quick fix, or temporary plan to shed some pounds. Make healthy eating a life long lifestyle goal. We love our margaritas and of course pizza (pizza is Uh-mazing) and we aren't saying cut it out completely, just remember everything you are eating and drinking is either bringing you one step closer or further away from your goal.
Next of course is working out and training.
Let's debunk one major myth many people have when thinkng about starting a new workout plan, or working out seriously for the first time. You do not need to have expensive gym equipment or a hoard of workout gear to acheive your goals. You just have to train intelligently and give atleast 70% of yoru effort every workout.
Our suggestion: Find an empty corner of the gym - the one with the rack where everyone is always doing curls - and do some squats or deadlifts. Ladies 2014 was the year of the perfect butt and lady abs.. We all know Squats are life!! When you’ve done those, work on some pull ups and bench press or overhead presses. Lifting weights can be intimidating but provides the best workout to help tone our butts, legs, chest and tummy.
Work hard to use as much weight with these as you can and you’ll find you progress faster than if you jump around all over the place and use a million different exercises to “confuse the muscles.”Cardio is great we love cardio, but you can't go wrong by combining cardio and weight training. Once you’ve hit those exercises hard, then go do some actual core work.
Once you are done working out make sure to stretch, stretch, and stretch again. Don’t do a few lazy stretches for three minutes. Put the same effort and thought into stretching that you did for your workout because it is equally as important. All that tension without resetting the body will just lead to you getting hurt eventually.
Finally, believe it or not, it’s not necessary to train hard all the time. In fact, holding back a little bit today will help you make long-term progress in the days to come - as long as you’re not coasting. There’s a big difference between holding back a bit and training at seventy percent and slacking, not breaking a sweat, and training at only fifty percent.
If you’re not sure how hard you’re working test your limits with a few well thought out tests and track your progress (maybe even make these part of your goal setting, too) so you can accurately keep track of your own training. Don’t be surprised if you make more progress at seventy percent than you ever did trying to do one hundred but quitting after a few weeks.
- To acheive your 2015 fitness goals.
1. Asses your current fitness capability
2. Set goals with milestones
3. Create a nutrition plan that focuses on the quality and quantity of food you are eating
4. Train smartly to increase your productivity
5. Track your progress to kno wwher eyoru strengths and weaknesses lie and how you are growing