Whose Life Are You Living: Yours Or Someone Else’s

You attempt to get in-shape by trying out a plus size workout or maybe not. But most of us desire to be in the best shape of our lives even if it doesn’t materialize into action and stays in our minds.

Take home message: If you sit there and be positive all the time, you will get complacent. How are you ever going to be realistic with yourself and see the negative things going on in your get inspired and attempt to change them? I’m not saying to implement negative thinking in your life just for the sake of it. Just be realistic with goals and everything else that’s going on around you. Have a balance of negative and positive thinking so you don’t get complacent in life and you keep growing.

Many people also worry about the proper equipment or the lack of equipment when starting a home workout routine. The good thing is that there are home workout lifestyle programs that don’t require any equipment. So there are no excuses.

Insanity is a great workout, but if you are looking to bulk up and gain muscle mass, this might not be the workout for you. You will be better off going with P90x or the new upcoming Body Beast workout. Which workout you choose to do really just depends on what your goals are.

The Lucy brand of workout clothes is a stylishly made, functional line of women’s active wear. The cuts and designs are all very attractive and flattering to the female form without being too revealing. This line is made from materials that allow air to flow through the clothing keeping your skin dryer which helps to keep you comfortable as the sweat really begins to flow. You can easily mix and match the clothes from their line which makes it easy to create many different outfits from a hand full of items.

I’m sure you’ve seen the Insanity infomercial, and you have seen the trainer that leads the Insanity workouts, Shaun T, he is a pretty muscular dude. But a common question out there is, will Insanity build muscle? I’ve personally done Insanity and to be honest, after the 60 days, I was probably in the best shape I’ve ever been in. I had lost some weight, my cardio levels had improved, and I was looking as ripped as I ever had. But to answer the question, I’d have to say no, Insanity does not really build muscle. But that is not necessarily a bad thing.

Make adjustments that will help you strike that harmonious work and life balance and you will discover that magic recipe for having a more joyful and fulfilling life. Don’t try to be a super hero in balancing your work and life; be a “smart” super hero.