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The Best Time To Start Is Right Now

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The Best Time To Start Is Right Now
The Best Time To Start Is Now

If you want to start working out, but you can’t find the right time to begin — here are some tools and tips for you!

You don’t have to wait for a specific day of the week or time of year to start taking care of your health. In fact, the best time to time to take action to make a positive change in your life is the present moment.

Take a moment to consider this. You can plan for the future — but if you don’t take action in the present, those plans will never take off. The good news is that starting out doesn’t have to be overwhelming — you can break it down into actionable steps. 

Find out: 

Here’s how to start right now

When you’re afraid to begin working towards your fitness goals, or you can’t see a way forward, here are some steps to take to overcome your fear of starting. 

Don’t wait for the perfect moment

Many of us feel like we are too busy to change old habits and start creating new, healthier ones. We can put off taking care of ourselves until we have more time, less pressure with work, or fewer commitments. 

However, you don’t have to wait for the perfect moment to start making healthy choices. 

You can start right now. 

Get motivated by making one small change, and see what difference it makes!

Build confidence through action

Self-doubt can be one of the biggest barriers to starting, or re-starting, your fitness journey. If you’ve tried before and experienced a setback, you may feel like you’ve failed. 

The first thing that you need to remember is that you haven’t failed! Fitness is a journey with many twists and turns. Practising gratitude can help you to overcome any self-doubt and focus on the positive action you can take right now

Fitness Goals

Plan to create new habits

Once you have made the decision to get started on your health and fitness journey, take the time to plan how you’ll take action. 

Start by making one small change at a time to create new healthy habits — this will ensure that you make sustainable changes to your lifestyle. Remember being healthy is a lifestyle for the long term, not a quick fix. 

For example, you might focus on improving your sleep by setting your phone aside half an hour before bedtime. Getting better sleep will help you to feel better each day, plus sleep is essential for recovering from your workouts!

Set a goal

Having a goal that you are working towards is important so that you can measure your progress. Setting healthy goals that are realistic and achievable can help you to establish long term healthy habits. 

When you set your fitness goals, break them down into smaller goals you can achieve quickly. 

This will keep you motivated as you’ll see that you are making progress towards your bigger goal — taking one small step at a time is the best way to reach your large fitness goals

Start Fitness Routine

Consistency gets results

You can work out at home to get results — the most important thing is that you work out consistently!

A 2019 study by the University of New South Wales in Australia found that for women who do resistance training, the frequency of workouts was the best predictor of increased strength — not whether their training was completed under the direct supervision of an exercise professional or whether they completed exercises to exhaustion.

When you commit to working out two to three times each week and make it part of your lifestyle, you can still get results!

Reward yourself with rest days

Rest is an essential part of training  — in fact, your rest days are just as important as your workouts! 

When you follow a workout program, make sure that you include at least one full rest day each week to allow your body to recover. This will help to keep you motivated to continue with your training once you’ve started. 

Healthy Habits

Plan to eat well

When you’re busy it can be harder to eat healthy at every meal. Choosing nutritious food can help to accelerate your results from training, and you’ll also have more energy — so where should you start?

The best place to start with healthy eating at home is to educate yourself about what foods are most nutritious. Knowing which foods are going to help stick to your goals can help you establish simple healthy eating habits and include them as part of your lifestyle in the long term. 

Prepare your tool kit for tough days

You can expect to encounter setbacks during your fitness journey. If you lose motivation to work out, you may want to try a new training style to find something that you really love! Try mixing it up with a different workout style. 

There are also times where you may love the training you do, but you might still need to use discipline to keep you moving towards your goals. 

If one of the reasons you haven’t started yet is that you are afraid of losing motivation quickly, plan ahead to prevent it! Find some motivational quotes that inspire you and remind you of why you’re starting. 

A great workout playlist can also help to get you through those tough days.

Get support

You’re bound to have questions when you start working out. With the SWEAT Community, you’re not alone — you can share your fitness journey and be inspired by other women going through the same experiences! 

Begin your fitness journey right now!

You can start improving your health and fitness today — there’s no better time than right now!

With the right support and a positive mindset, you can achieve your goals. For more inspiration, check out these fitness motivation tips from our SWEAT trainers on how to make fitness a part of your lifestyle. 

What positive changes can you make today to improve your health and fitness? Let us know in the comments!

* Results may vary. Strict adherence to the nutrition and exercise guide are required for best results.

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