Ladies, we know how hard it is to wake up in the morning to work out. The temperature is getting cooler and it’s only getting more difficult to stay motivated and fit during the rainy season! This post is for all of you out there who want to stay fit, but are finding it hard to do so! Don’t worry at all. Some of the pointers mentioned below are to help you make small changes in life to alter your lifestyle to stay healthy and fit! This post will guide you to take those baby steps initially, and then take bigger ones for the bigger changes in life, for better health and lifestyle. Read on!
- Waking Up
According to many researches, it’s proved that waking-up early in the morning is one the most difficult things to do. To hit the gym or go for a jog, you need to wake up early; for most people, evening workouts and jogs are not an option. Some of the small changes to make would be hitting the bed early, and you can wake up early. Also, avoid using gadgets before hitting the bed, and drinking alcohol and excess water too. Make sure that you get a good 7-8 hours of sleep so you are energised when you wake up for a long day ahead.
- Move your body
For beginners, we recommend you start off with walks (you can brisk walk depending on your body type and fitness level), or slow-jogs. You could start off with stretches and then basic yoga depending on the temperature outside. For the non-beginners, hitting the gym to lift weights is an option. You could also join some classes where they teach yoga, pilates, boxing, etc. Combat is currently the best workout according to many fitness experts.
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- Fuel your body
We are certainly referring to the right healthy food that goes into your system. It is important to watch your intake; the quantity, quality, and timing is the key! Make sure you eat your meals on time, make salads your best friend, and do not indulge. You can have a maximum of 2-3 cheat meals in a month. If the number increases, it’s harder to reach your goal. When you are dining out, ask for low-fat or low-calorie options. You can always substitute the fatty food with healthier options.
Well, it’s time to wake up, ladies! Monsoon is not a reason for you to hold back and be lethargic. This article is all about getting up and getting fit. Once you start making the small changes in your lifestyle and diet, you’ll see bigger changes in your mind and body. Let us know what you think. You can always write to us with your queries.
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