Fitness at home can be very challenging to navigate. Oftentimes we lack motivation, structure, and knowledge of what to do. With limited resources it may seem impossible to stay “fit”, so I am going to share a few tips my clients and I use to stay on track.
Schedule Your Workouts
Yes!! PUT THEM ON YOUR SCHEDULE! Even if you are doing them from home. We tend to thrive on a schedule with a solid routine. Simply plan out specific times during your day to dedicate 30-60 mins of exercise. There is success in a solid routine.
You can effectively workout from home with little to NO equipment. However, when adding resistance/weights to your at-home workouts, you then add a greater challenge with better results.
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Follow A Workout Program
It can be a challenge to get creative with new workouts and for most, the last thing we want to do is come with a routine daily. Having a custom goal-specific...
BREAKING NEWS: Your meal plan does NOT have to be boring in order to see results!
Whaaaattt? Mind blown.
Now, before I get started, I want to make it clear that there is nothing wrong with a simple meal plan. Sometimes it is beneficial to keep your meal plan simple to make the meal prep game a breeze. However, if you are someone who gets bored easily, these tips are for you!
It is no surprise that seasonings play a huge role in the overall flavor of your meals. They are arguably the easiest way to mix up your meal plan. There are two ways to use seasoning to your advantage.
A fairly common method to seasoning food is to season your food before or while cooking. Seasonings are generally low calories, as long as you are avoiding marinades/oil-based seasonings.
Example 1: cook your ground turkey in taco seasoning for a tasty taco bowl.
Example 2: add rosemary and salt to cubed sweet potatoes before popping them...
You may be reading this thinking: "Why would you EVER take time off from the gym?? Rest is for the WEAK. #NoDaysOff"
First off, chill.
It is true that in order to build muscle, you need to be in a caloric surplus and put in work at the gym. However, there are times when getting to the gym every day is not realistic.
Maybe you got injured and were required to take time off for recovery.
Maybe a major life event caused you to take a break from the gym.
Or maybe you have found yourself int the middle of a pandemic and all of the gyms have been shut down for the last 3+ months.
Whatever your reason for taking time off from the gym, it is important to understand the science behind rebuilding lost muscle, and the steps needed to rebuild safely, and effectively.
If you have taken more than 3 weeks off from the gym, it is very possible that you are beginning to experiencing...
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