Because thin females and muscular males are seen as the ideal in our society and because we have come to believe that body size and shape are totally under a person’s control, most people enter diet and exercise programs with unrealistic goals and expectations. If you continually strive to achieve a socially imposed ideal, you will never be free of your insecurities or your self-consciousness. You must truly realize and then learn to accept that we are not all meant to be fashion-model size
So we’ve covered a fair bit of the motivational and head stuff recently.
Now I reckon it’s time to stop talking and start doing.
We’ve discussed how and why we think, feel, react, process and behave the way we do.We’ve looked at creating change from an emotional, psychological and spiritual perspective, now we need to roll up our sleeves and move from the theoretical to the practical.
Consistency is essential if you want to realize great results from your workout. But how do you squeeze regular workouts into your busy life… and just how much exercising are we talking about?
When any workout or specific exercise causes you pain, pay attention. Knowing how to react can help you avoid a serious injury. Strength training can cause several types of pain including: