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3 Tips to Get in Shape for the Summer

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3 Tips to Get in Shape for the Summer

 

Spring is the perfect time of year to start getting back into shape, but it isn’t always easy to make that goal a reality by the time summer starts. If you want to achieve your dream summer body and improve your physical fitness, you’ll need dedication and consistency.

 

Many people start working out to lose weight or become more toned, but regular exercise has a much wider range of benefits for both your physical and mental health. These tips will help you overcome some of the most common challenges people experience when they start working out or return after a long break.

 

Look Beyond Losing Weight

 

Losing weight and getting rid of excess fat are some of the most common goals that drive people to exercise, and there’s nothing wrong with wanting to live a healthier lifestyle. This is a great way to monitor your progress and have something to work toward throughout the spring.

 

On the other hand, people who exercise solely for weight loss are more likely to lose their drive once they reach their target weight. If you can find other reasons to keep working out, it’ll be easier to maintain your motivation even after the summer starts.

 

Don’t Push Yourself too Quickly

 

Overworking your body is another extremely common exercise mistake, especially for people who are new to fitness or haven’t worked out in a while. It takes time for your body to acclimate to the added stress of regular exercise, and trying to do too much at once will lead to fatigue, burnout, and an increased risk of injury.

 

Fortunately, there is a wide range of beginner’s workouts available online that are designed to ease your body (back) into exercise. Start with one of these, or work with a personal trainer, and only ramp up the intensity once you feel more comfortable with your abilities.

 

In the event that you do push your body past its limits and sustain an injury, therapy is always great to ease your muscles and reduce pain. Direct access to physical therapy in New York, or wherever you may live, is a great option to remedy the strain in your muscles. With expert assistance, you’ll be back at the gym in no time.

 

Monitor Your Diet

 

Exercise is a crucial element in a healthy lifestyle, but the truth is that your diet plays an even larger role when it comes to weight loss. Furthermore, paying more attention to what you eat can help you feel more energetic and reduce your risk level for a range of health issues.

 

As with exercise, the key goal to target when changing your diet is the development of stable, long-term habits that keep your body and mind healthy. Trying to change too much too quickly will likely end up having the opposite effect.

 

Summer is right around the corner, but it’s still not too late to start working out and see results by the time the seasons change. These tips will help you be at your best while exercising and achieve your health and weight loss goals.

Contributed article from: Alexandra Warner <alex.w@betterpt.com>

 

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