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I just joined the gym for the first time in years. Previously I’ve been doing Pilates from the comfort of my home. I however over indulged during the holidays and added 2 Kgs which I need to shed together with the 5 Kgs I was supposed to loose last year. Gym is no longer an option but necessity. I have worked out since I was in college and I have to admit the most difficult thing is the ability to maintain consistency in one’s work out regime. People tend to get bored or burn out. So how can you create a work out regime that will work for you in the long run? Here are a few tips that I’ve learned from my experience, others’ experiences and fitness trainers.

How After workout methods a warm up set of your favorite exercise do reps with about of your max weight. Right away, drop the weight by about 20% and do 10-12 more reps. Again, drop the weight by 20% and do another set without resting. That counts as one set.

Your work out for ripped abs can consist of simple crunches and sit-ups, but that alone will get boring. If you get bored with your work out for a 6 pack, you may give it up. Adding some simple work out equipment to your at home gym will keep things interesting. Here are the best pieces of equipment for your ab work out without breaking the bank.

Techniques like hill-sprinting outdoors – a great way to build awesome leg strength, lung power, AND mental toughness. Or body-weight fitness – perhaps the greatest method known to Man for building strength and endurance, with a single workout.

Being flexible should not mean being willy-nilly about it. In line with having a long term goal, you must have intermediate markers to gauge your progress. There are a lot of methods, but a time tested tool is to take pictures of yourself. By taking pictures of yourself at 30 day intervals, you can visually see progress and utilize it as a motivational tool to find that extra hour to work out.

Working out is a daily or a minimum of 3 days a week thing. You can either Like and follow me your entire body or, do how I do, work out one muscle group every single day. The body has five major muscle groups. If you are a beginner then this is where you need to start. You have your chest, back, biceps, triceps, and legs. If you focus on these when you start out, I promise you’ll do just fine.

Part of the problem is that the mainstream advice couldn’t be more wrong about how to correctly workout to maximize fat loss. I did a little self experiment, though I already had a pretty good idea of what to expect, that will help shed some light on what the best approach to cardio is, if you want to lose weight.

Also remember that you can not get anywhere without getting up and doing it. Laziness does not grow muscle. Determination and will power does. So remember to start small, make it fun, and do it.