As we approach the end of January, we are still pushing through to achieve success with our New Year Resolutions. Sometimes, staying committed to an exercise regimen is hard work. But the path to success is about much more than physical resolve. Designing the best routine for you is key! We want to help you crush those fitness goals while also ensuring that you have fun. If you need any direction or assistance, never hesitate to reach out to the gym staff in the blue shirts for help or sign up to our Personal Training program for help best suited to your health and goals.
When it comes to personal fitness, you are the biggest factor in the success of your program. Ultimately, you’re the one who decides to hit the gym or run that extra mile. As you continue your fitness journey, being your own cheerleader will go a long way in making your desired results a reality!
Keep a Fitness Journal.
When you think about exercising, keeping a journal is not typically what comes to mind. Recording your progress in a dedicated space, however, will make a huge difference as you continue to build your routine. Giving yourself a handy place to record your exercise will help you keep every week productive—and be a great way to reflect on how far you’ve come!
Most often than not, when people start a new workout routine, they usually start to get bored by week four. Mixing together different workouts will keep your mind and your muscles engaged! It could even be as simple as switching the places of leg day and cardio day every other week! Changing it up will help keep you motivated and having more fun each time you hit the gym.
Whether you are chatty gym goer or you prefer to crush your workouts alone, there are plenty of ways to involve others to help keep you motivated. You can work with a Personal Trainer who will surely boost your confidence and cheer you on as you crush workouts. Or you can even join our Group Fitness classes to break a sweat with others. From distance running to weightlifting, chances are someone enjoys the same type of exercise and would be thrilled to buddy up!