How To Get In The Habit Of Working Out

Every man wants to have the body of a superhero, but he doesn’t put in the work to make it happen.  To get the body you’ve always wanted, you have to build it.  Just like any building, it takes time, patience, and a plan.  Some men want to look like bodybuilders, some men want to look like athletes, some men don’t know how they want to look.  Whatever body you want, you need to get into a habit that’s gonna give you the results you want.

Time Of The Day

When you workout is just as important as how often you work out.  You need to set aside a good hour to an hour and a half of undisturbed working out.  A good technique is to wake up two hours before you have to be at work to give yourself time to workout as well as get ready for work.  If you have to be at work at 9am, wake up at 7am to get a good solid hour to workout.  You may feel like you’re dragging yourself out of bed and moving slow as hell to get through your workout, but it’s better to slowly get through your workout than skip it all together.

Keep Track Of Your Reps, Sets, And Weights

Tracking your workout helps you remember and progress much faster.  If you were lifting 100 lbs for squats today, but forget the next week, this may have you either lifting too light or too heavy.  Another good thing about tracking your workouts is to help you see how strong you get over time.  There will be times you’ll look back 6 months on your lifts, and you’ll notice you’re able to lift an 35lbs heavier than you were when you first started.

The Right Equipment For The Right Workout

A big problem a lot of men have is getting a good workout using makeshift equipment.  If they don’t have a bench to get a good chest workout, they may use a chair as a substitute.  The problem with that is when you start getting stronger and need to increase the weight.  A lot of injuries can occur when you’re not using the proper equipment for certain exercises.  If you have the space and the money, invest in proper equipment.  If you lack the space, use weights when you can, but also use body weight training.  Use weighted vests or ankle weights when your body weight is not enough.

All You Really Need Is Three To Four Consistent Days

You don’t need to workout every single day.  You want to give your body the rest it needs to recover from each workout.  You can workout one day and rest the next day.  Your body is not going to build muscle and get stronger if you over train.  The Mon-Wed.-Fri schedule is a popular schedule because most people don’t want to workout on their days off (if you don’t go to work on the weekends).  Play around with the days and try to stick to those days so your body can get in the habit.

Burn The Fat To Stay Motivated

The less body fat you have, the more cuts you’ll start to get.  When you become more shredded due to low body fat, you’ll love the way you look in the mirror.  By incorporating Intermittent Fasting, you’re gonna notice that you’re losing body fat almost effortlessly.  If you forgot how to do intermittent fasting, it’s all here in this post.

Getting the body you want should be simple.  The more simple you keep your workouts, the more likely you’ll stay on track with your workouts.  Make sure you’re eating right and getting enough sleep so your body can repair itself to keep you stronger for your next workout.  Use proper form and equipment to prevent injury.  Keep track of your progress so you can keep progressing.

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