when you get home from work and you’re tired as hell, you feel a little sick, and nothing would feel better than to sit back, relax, and watch some tv, but you still find the strength and willpower to get off your ass, put on your sneakers, and work out. When you know that it’s times like these that make it or break it. Recognize them. And when you do, that’s when you know you’re in it for the long haul. It’s now part of your lifestyle. Keep going.
Look at my FAQ if you wanna start with P90X… as for other workout regimens, do your research or ask an expert to help you.
hi! i just wanna say i really like your blog and i'm going to start seriously working out tomorrow because of this! (at least, i'm going to try ). Do you have any tips in keeping motivation, because i have worked out before but always fell back into my old habbits.,,? (sorry for my bad english but i'm not from the states lol) anywayssssss keep up the good work! =)
thank you! one important thing to keep motivated is to believe in yourself. I know it sounds corny but you have to know that you can do it in order for you to reach your goals. Speaking of goals, it helps (at least for me) to have a couple pictures of people you want to aim towards when building your better body. Keeping a healthy lifestyle takes time, patience, knowledge, and willpower, so don’t give up and just keep going. good luck :)
How long did it take after first starting P90X did you start to notice a difference in your body? (Not necessarily a significant difference, but enough to notice and be more motivated in knowing you were getting results. And how long until you started to feel a difference, maybe need to move up to higher weights?
Keep up the good work!
Sorry about the super late reply! After about a month I saw both a difference in appearance and strength… just know that it varies between people how much progress you’ll see. If you don’t see as much progress as you expected, keep going and maybe make changes in your workout or diet. Hope that helped
I use dumbbells, and I recommend dumbbells, but resistance bands are a little more convenient and inexpensivve.