Check Out Now It Will Feel Easier with a Goal to Focus

So we’re still closed, they’ve loosened the reins, but we’re not out of the woods yet! Anyway, this week has been a bit difficult for me. I think this is due to a change in the weather.everything seems more sunny when the sun shines and shines!

I’m enjoying training again. I’m starting to feel better and become like my old body! Mentally I still find it a bit difficult, with good and bad days. I guess I’m not alone when I feel this.

The good days gradually outweigh the bad ones. I think it has to do with a new goal. My goal is to get back in shape, and that goal has helped boost my motivation over the past few weeks. I mentioned earlier how to use body exercise as a support to cope with the daily stresses of family life, etc.

Having a goal even in these difficult times will help you focus on the positive moment. Make your destination doable and enjoyable. There’s nothing worse than doing fitness if you’re not smiling. I know some people don’t have the equipment they normally use, but you can compensate by using your imagination. Get on your bike – if you have one. Run if your knees allow-mine won’t, or even start walking faster on these sidewalks/fields. Start with basic exercises with your own weight and do them well. All this will cost you nothing, except a pair of sneakers.

What goal are you thinking of? I know that most people look at themselves and the first thing they need to do is lose weight. Is there anything even more interesting and without pressure? For example, walking, cycling or running on a track with time limits? Either count how many squats you can do, or look at your form in a certain exercise and try to improve it. These types of goals will help your fitness, strengthen your self-confidence, make it interesting and hopefully give you the most important end result!

As I said earlier, I started a new fitness program, first I did some fitness tests, and we will use them as markers. I use such goals with my indoor rowing clients, and when we visit them again a few months after, it always gives them (and me) a boost when they see improvements in their fitness. If you are lucky enough to have a rower, look at distances such as 2 km, 5 km and 10 km, which you can use as a marker. Go the distance, connect and try to overcome it!!

And finally, keep the wheel turned on when it comes to fitness, do something that makes your heart beat a little faster, something that lifts your mood, anything that makes you smile. Exercise is really a lifeline for me and stress during these difficult times, and they can also be good for you if you understand it correctly and the goals you are striving for.

So we’re still closed, they’ve loosened the reins, but we’re not out of the woods yet! Anyway, this week has been a bit difficult for me. I think this is due to a change in the weather.everything seems more sunny when the sun shines and shines! I’m enjoying training again. I’m starting to feel better…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *