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.
- Do you do the same kind of exercise every day?
- What should I do when I feel too tired to exercise?
- My job involves a lot of walking so I am mainly getting my cardio that way. How can I transition to something else for days I’m not working or if I change jobs?
- How do you retain your focus during meditation?
- Should I still try to excercise in the morning as I am going back to school next week or just in the afternoon?
- Has anyone found any other 7 minute exercises? I am getting bored doing the same one every morning.
- Which is better, exercising before or after breakfast?
- Is mediation a workout/exercise?
- What can you do to start enjoying the exercise process instead of it feeling like a punishment?
- What is your cardio and strength ratio and what kind of exercise do you do?