A certified personal trainer reveals the one way that guarentees results.
You exercise here and there and meal plan (sometimes) but there’s one thing that could be stopping you from boosting your fitness levels – and actually maintaining them.
Despite the infinite amount of diet and exercises regimes available (and the fact that a new one pops up just about every week) the only thing that’s truly going to transform your health is consistency – so rather than signing up to a three day juice and a six week boot camp, consider doing something that you can fit in every day that will make you healthier.
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According to certified personal trainer, Matthew Flynn, “this is the best and only way to boost your strength and agility.”
So, basically, it doesn’t necessarily matter what you do, just that you do it frequently and regularly.
Yes, that’s it. Obvious and, let’s face it, kind of unexciting, right?
“Variety is really important, too,” says Flynn.
“This stops you from getting bored. It’s easy to lose motivation, so mixing up your weekly workouts keep things interesting and enjoyable.
“Otherwise, interval training is a great way to boost strength and agility.”
But regardless of your MO, Flynn recommends that “each week you strive to increase the intensity of your workout.”
It’s literally that simple.
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September 23, 201611:21am