Right, I hope that last post has managed to get your creative juices flowing for a bit, so much so that you’re really keen to get your act together and start exercising yesterday. Doesn’t matter how heavy you are on the scale or how much of your figure can’t fill your bedroom mirror, you all want to lose some weight at least, right? So here’s what I thought we’d do today. I thought we’d start having a fun-filled go at putting together some of our own exercise plans for weight loss targets. Yes, you heard right. We’re also going to be trying to have as much fun as possible. Otherwise, what’s the point? Never mind just losing weight, which is going to do the trick for you in this department anyway, your future exercise strategies should be indicative of having as much fun as possible. Part of the fun of being healthy, in fact, most of it is anyway, is that you’re going to, or should be trying to be as happy as possible.
The target areas
So, it should be obvious. If you’ve got too much excess jelly around the abdomen area, you’re going to be focusing a great deal of your core and strengthening exercises there. For instance, as the jelly goes, that area needs to be strengthened and previously missing muscles need to be built up once more. There’s fun in variety so you’ll be happy to know that it’s not just pushups or stomach crunches you stay with. Other areas of your body, such as your flabby biceps, also need its turn to be worked out.
Going for balance, not for broke
The last post spoke of doing both too little and even too much. But when you get the balance right, you do neither too little nor too much. You’re more motivated and pumped up for the next session than anything else. If I had to be doing the same routine day in and day out, I’d probably not be sitting here, typing out a not so routine blog post on health and fitness for girls like you and me. Girls like sugar and spice. Natural sugar from your fruits is good for you. Variety, doing different things like cycling and hiking every day, works wonders for your emotional wellbeing and keeps you from becoming utterly bored with life and its exercises.
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