When you wake up in the morning, are you excited to work out or are you dreading the very thought of it? If the answer is that you are dreading it, you haven’t found the right workout for you. Chances are you need to switch things up, and here’s how:
1. Set realistic goals
First step in finding out which workout program is right for you is to find out what you really want from it. What goals do you have in mind? When you close your eyes and envision your life in the future, what is it you see? Do you see a more flexible person? A stronger person? A leaner person? Set your goals, make sure they are realistic, and tell yourself them everyday when you wake up.
2. Think about what trainer you want
Do you want a trainer who is:
No nonsense/no fluff
3. Assess what level of fitness you are at
Are you a beginner? Intermediate? Advanced? If you are a beginner, you shouldn’t focus on programs that require a high level of strength conditioning. If you are intermediate, focus more on which trainer you want rather than what your capabilities are. If you are advanced, you should focus on programs that will push you, instead of programs that are too easy for you. Working out is all about improving yourself, and you should pick a program that is around the level you are at, otherwise you will get discouraged. Yes, if you have never worked out a day in your life, you can still choose a program like Body Beast, but you may find yourself dreading the workout if it turns out to be more than you can handle right away. Don’t be ashamed of needing time to work yourself up to programs.
4. Figure out how much time you have to work out
Explore all programs if you aren’t sure!
Bottom line, if you have a fitness goal, there is a program out there for you. All programs come with a workout calendar, meal plan, and kick ass workouts! To maximize your results, order any of these programs as a challenge pack and get a bag of Shakeology.