Answer these 10 questions truthfully to find out whether a change may be what’s needed to help you live a happier, healthier and more balanced lifestyle.
Whatever the answer is, make this minimum a non-negotiable. Find a training program that you enjoy, training shouldn’t be a chore.
If the answer is no, try tracking your results each workout and aim to improve and progress on these each time you complete the same workout.
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It’s recommended that you consume 1 serving of fruit and 2 servings of vegetables for every 1,000 calories consumed.
This is a big one. The answer should be YES.
If you don’t know this you have no accurate way of measuring progress/results in regards to your body composition.
You have 1 body, take care of it. Far too many people are unwilling to spend money on health food, trainers, gym accessories/equipment but are willing to go out every weekend and spend money on alcohol and food.
Blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose… these are all important numbers that you should be aware of on a regular basis.
Although there are a number of factors that can come into play from person to person with sleep, it’s extremely important to be aiming to get at least 6 hours of sleep per night. 7-9 hours is proven to be the most beneficial for recovery, productivity and energy levels.
If not, then what needs to change? Is it nutrition? Training? Support from family and friends?
Sometimes a small tweak is all it takes to see life changing results.
If not, then check out The Ultimate Guide to Flexible Dieting or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.