Rejuvenate Your Exercise Routine

rejuvenate your exerciseIf you’re having trouble sticking with a consistent workout routine, or if you’re finding yourself getting bored with what you’re currently doing, it’s time to rejuvenate your exercise routine.

Exercise plays a very important role in the weight loss process. Even though healthy nutrition is responsible for 70% of weight loss success, the role exercise plays helps to not only burn away the excess “stuff” from our bodies but it also helps you maintain the motivation needed to stick with the lengthy process of losing weight.

As anyone who has started and quit this process before will concur, successfully shedding weight takes a hefty amount of daily dedicated effort especially if there are issues cutting out soda, potato chips, ice cream, cookies, cakes, and any other type of junk food you may consume on a regular basis.

It’s Important To Rejuvenate Your Exercise Routine Especially If You’re Bored

If you want to increase the likelihood of sticking with the weight loss process this time and not fail in your efforts, one of the ways to ensure this happens is to rejuvenate your exercise routine. What and how you change-up your typical routine is entirely up to you, however realize the more excited and enthused you are about the workout, not only will you push harder and give more effort, but you will actually look forward to the activity. When you don’t have to motivate yourself to workout, it won’t feel like work. Just good ‘ol sweat inducing fun that comes along with the added bonus of getting into shape and losing weight.

Let’s face it, jogging around the neighborhood day in and day out can get a bit monotonous and the last thing you want is a feeling of boredom and irritation to creep in. That can easily lead to you stopping exercise altogether.

no excusesOne way you can rejuvenate your exercise routine is to try something completely new and foreign to you. Outside of your comfort zone. If you happen to diversify your exercise routine, you will keep your mind occupied on different movements and techniques along with exercising different muscles and body parts.

That doesn’t mean you’re not supposed to jog anymore if that’s what you’re currently doing for exercise. Quite the contrary. Keep running since that’s a great cardio workout but add one or two different activities to your weekly repertoire.

Maybe try learning a new sport such as tennis (awesome workout) or basketball. If you’ve never played the sport before, look for lessons offered in your area.

Naturally the first month or two will be a little awkward as you learn the movements and techniques, but once you get past the learning curve you will have a new skill added to your exercise options.

Another possibility is to look into taking a local exercise class. You may find a great new fun activity to do on a regular basis right near your home. Some of the popular ones found all over are Bootcamp, Crossfit, Cycle or Spin classes, Aquatic Aerobics, Yoga, Pilates, and Kickboxing.

You can often try out the first class for free if you inquire with the business or instructor so check out what’s near you. Put the Internet to work for you and you may be surprised to find out what’s right in your neighborhood.

Taking the time to rejuvenate your exercise routine may really help you stay focused on getting fit while at the same time open your eyes to other fantastic options out there. You never know what you’ll come to truly love unless you give it a try.


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