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Four Tips to getting Fitter Faster

If I had a nickel to pay for each time someone asked me to give them the secret to getting in shape, I would be living on an island with a number of attentive and extremely well-formed females. However, this is not the reality of my life. I will try my best to answer your question.

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There are several things to consider when answering the question “What is the key to getting in shape?”

  • No matter what science says, every person defines physical fitness in a different way. I’m just mentioning a few.
    Science has determined that the five primary components of fitness should be known.

  • Physical fitness requires constant effort from the person working out.
    After we have established these things, we can move on to discussing a few tips and tricks that I believe will help you improve your fitness. To be precise, I will share four (4) pieces of advice that I would offer anyone who wants to get fit quickly.

Now, without further delay!

  1. Sprint often, regardless of whether you’re running, biking, jumping roping, or climbing a tall tree. Do it with maximum intensity. This will reduce the amount of time that you spend on the activity but it will also benefit your overall physiology. After all, that, let me explain the last sentence. My previous statement is a complete lie if you want to swim to Tahiti or run a marathon. If you want to be strong, muscular, powerful, and energetic, then I’m not wrong. Sprinters are powerful, muscular, and lean. You can search Google images for “track sprinter” to see the different physiques that you will find. People who do longer distances, less intense exercise (such as running, cycling, etc.) tend to be thinner. People who do long-distance, lower intensity exercise (running, biking, etc.) tend to be thinner and less muscular. Google images can be searched for “endurance athlete”. Although I enjoy both types and physiques, I have to admit that the sprinter’s physiques are closer to what I consider a healthy body. Sprinting is the best way to achieve a functional, strong, powerful and vibrant body.

  2. This tip, which reduces grains and dairy, is becoming more popular in the fitness industry. Our bodies are not built to consume milk from non-human animals or grain products. Any milk other than human, cow’s, goat’s, or any other milk, was intended for babies of those species and not you and me. Although human milk was meant for consumption, it was not intended to be consumed during infancy. We are supposed to be able to eat, chew, and handle our food. Grains are abundant because our hungry ancestors discovered that carrying wheat, rye, or oats in a bag was easier than hunting down rabbits or searching for walnuts in snowstorms. These days, we don’t have to struggle for food.

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You don’t have to be a starving person. Just grab some milk and bread. If you are truly hungry, you can eat whatever you want! If fitness is your goal, and not just survival, then reduce the intake of grains and dairy. They can be difficult on the body. Even more evidence has been found to support the idea that grains, especially wheat, can cause brain damage and lead to disorders such as ADHD, ADD, and depression. Stick to lean meats, fibrous veggies, nuts, berries, and melons. These are the foods our bodies were made to eat, so try it.

  1. Working with a fitness coach - This is a great tip, but I don’t think it’s the most original. My experience shows that less than 1% of gym members have a personal trainer, while 60% of those who do not use a personal trainer quit coming to the gym and dropping their membership. It happens every January! Every January, you see it in large numbers. They shuffle towards the treadmills like a primal force and join the gym. After a few weeks, you start to see fewer of the new faces. By March, the gym is filled with the same regulars as before. We know that people who work with a personal coach or trainer stick with their programs and keep coming to the gym. This eventually leads to a healthier lifestyle. Anyone who wants to be fit should consider working with a trainer or fitness coach. I would caution you to choose your coach carefully. To oversee my entire program, I hire a professional coach. This is how strongly I believe.

  2. You Must Not Have 60 Days of Selfishness. Many people don’t succeed in getting fit because they are too focused on themselves. You need to be present while you exercise, as well as while you cook, eat, and interact with family and friends. Your chances of living a healthy lifestyle will be slim if you are prone to making everyone happy first and then focusing on yourself. It is important to learn how to put your focus on you, your goals, and your dreams. You need to be able think about what you want, and what you can do to help you get fit. It means that you must help your children and spouse deal with the fact they will eat more broccoli and not eat chicken nuggets this week. You will sometimes have to clean out the dryer or fold clothes to go to the gym. Your girlfriend/boyfriend will have to accept the fact that you’re going for a bike ride on Saturday mornings. She/he can come along or stay up late. However, you’re getting fit. Personal fitness takes personal attention and care. You will be able to create a strong foundation for a life you love if you are able to make yourself a priority over 60 days.

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These are just four tips for getting in shape quickly. There are certain tips that trainers may not give you, but here are some general (but still true) tips for getting fit.
Reduce sugary drinks (everybody knows this by now).

  • Increase water intake (YAWN!
    As the day progresses, you can reduce or taper off your carbohydrate intake.
    Get plenty of rest and sleep
    Reduce processed carbohydrate intake (if you omit grains, you don’t need to worry about this one).
    Okay, I’m done. However, I am serious. Taking the four (4) tips above and combining them together with things you already know and do will greatly benefit you and increase your chances of staying fit.