Be patient. Start with small steps towards a larger goal. Fitness should be part of a lifestyle not just an activity driving towards a singular goal. With most new routines, you’ll see small progress over the course of weeks, with larger milestones taking 2 – 3 months to hit.
But, regarding your question, every time I follow a routine seriously, I can see changes. More important yet, I FEEL CHANGES!
Anyway, forget about how long will it take to look this way or another, to learn this stuff or another, to achieve this goal or another!
Just take the daily task and do it, without question it. Do it! Like Shia Labeouf said (jajahhs)
If you do it this way, you will feel good everyday for winning that day “battle”. AND YOU, eventually, WILL WIN THE WAR!
I was a no-runner. I started small. In the beginning I just walked. After that I started to jog. 2 weeks ago I started to run, guided by a coach. but today was my first time to run non-stop 30 minutes. So, I see a slow but steady progress.
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- Any ideas for exercises that I can do in the morning in the bathroom before taking a shower?
- How do you make the exercise feel good, and not feel like a chore? Even if it’s just for 5 minutes in the morning.
- Does anyone have any suggestions for routines? Apps you use or how you make up your own?
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- Where do you run into trouble when trying to keep an excercise habit up? How do you get through it?
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- I’d love to hear about other great workout programs people have tried that kept them motivated and felt and saw a noticeable difference.