5 Tips to Achieving Your New Year Fitness Resolution

5 Tips to Achieving Your New Year Fitness Resolution

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5 tips to achieving your new year fitness resolution If you like me don’t have a consistent diets plan I can start a diet plan and then after a few days I am back at eating junk foods so I’m with you man it’s a great question if you ask what to do about it right and a very common problem I would say so I thought that’s multi-purpose this piece of content so more people can benefit from my answer and instead of just one person as I’m pretty sure more people are having this exact same problem the problem was starting a new workout plan all enthusiastic and then falling off it after two weeks.

Or like Arnold Schwarzenegger starting a new diet plan filled with motivation right and then back to eating junk foods after a while and this is a never-ending cycle of being motivated and falling off your commitments becoming sick and tired and eventually being sick and tired of being sick and tired and then starting all over again right so if you are struggling with consistency there are basically two options okay option number one is your goal is not clear enough and option number two is your plan or approach is not sustainable let’s cover number one real quick if you don’t know what you want or why you want it then most likely you don’t value the means that are necessary to achieve that goal right if you if your goal is to step on the Olympia stage as a top-level physique competitor.

But you don’t want to sacrifice the doughnuts you eat at lunch every day okay your goal probably isn’t thought through properly would you agree so the same applies to work out it’s, all the same, let’s say he wants a physique similar to the ones on a world-class stage but you don’t want to work out for more than two hours a week it’s the same thing right so get your goals sorted out okay know what you want what you really want and why you want it okay there’s no right or wrong answer it just creates clarity in your life, okay the second option of not being consistent is your plan or approach not being sustainable listen if you cannot stick to something being consistent it means that whatever you are doing is not sustainable which agree so listen up.

You don’t have to start off with eating four to six fixed meals every single day okay I had this conversation with a guy the other day and I told him the same thing startup with just following a few simple nutritional guidelines okay that is sustainable and that anyone can stick to okay if you want to lose weight, for example, follow the guidelines in my free weight loss guide such as removing any drinks that contain calories, okay anyone can do that right not everyone can turn around their whole lifestyle and eat six boring fixed meals every single day but everyone can remove calorie drinks right now if you want to build muscle follow some of the simple guidelines in my free muscle-building guide like getting the way you do right now and just drink a liter of whole milk every single day on top of that okay for the extra calories and nutrients you’re adding two bananas pre-workout if you’re still not getting any weight and the sustainability thing applies to work out too.

So if you go all-in and go from nothing to training five-six or seven times a week for two hours a day you will most likely feel ok trust me I tried that too and I filled so it’s not sustainable for most people and this shouldn’t have to be it’s unnecessary so don’t worry about that if you want to lose weight simply start out with the walking everyday guideline that I preach everywhere and only start weightlifting two to three times a week when you are ready for it okay now if you want to build muscles simply start off with three-four body workouts a week taking no more than one hour each okay guidelines like these are simple sustainable and shouldn’t cause any problems with consistency right if you cannot be consistent with simple guidelines like these then your problem is obviously option number one which is your goal is not clear enough you don’t know exactly what you want or some wide behind.

It’s okay which isn’t bad I’m not judging you but you need to have clear goals before you can ever be consisted in anything okay because if you don’t know what you really want or why you want it there’s no way you are ever going to be consistent in taking action required for that goal makes sense it is if these guidelines inside my free weight loss guide and muscle building guide which by the way you can access for free in the description below if these guidelines are becoming easy after a while okay then you can take the next step in your training and nutrition all right also things are going to become easier after a while okay once you build habits once you get the momentum going once you get the ball kind of rolling right it’s all going to become easier the longer you stick to it so I really hope this helps let me know if you have any questions make sure to LIKE and subscribe and I will talk to you soon thank you…