It has really started, and it is not too late to complete the new year’s plan in 2023. To become fit, however, it needs to be realistic and adapt to the lifestyle.
Tim Skjellerup, who runs the Rome Fit Body Camp Camp, gives tips on how to start fitness training in the spring. Tim and his wife Alicia opened Rome’s Fit Body Boot Camp in July 2019. Tim has an ISSA Nutrition Coaching Certification and a CrossFit Level 1 coaching certificate. He knows that it can be difficult to get back into fitness once you get started. I stopped, but by following the steps step by step, you can get there.
Get started soon. Don’t wait for the circumstances to be perfect. The stars are never measured; begin where you are, and take the beginning, whether it be rising, or drinking more water, or walking.
Start with the end in mind. With a new project, you need to start with an end in mind and determine what the end of your future self is. Make your plan very specific, reasonable, and has a clear, realistic path. Write down your goals and expectations for your time and management. Follow your expectations. Small steps lead to big improvements, even if you start with just one glass of water.
Health first. Idleness enters and slows down. If you want to lose 30 pounds, you need to make sure that you do it safely and within a healthy period of time. Losing a pound and a half a week can be more realistic than losing 30. Sit back and see what that lifestyle looks like. Are two hours a day of workouts with your family, lifestyle and daily routine going to be a reality? Start with something you’re going to be able to stick with consistently, but make it safe.
Constancy. This is the key. Look for a sustainable lifestyle, not just a quick fix. Everyone is different, and only you know. Start hydrating well and making healthier food choices right off the bat. Most people need access to a stepfather.
A habit, a secret. Choose one small thing that is easy for you to do and build on that. For example, Skjellerup loves listening to his Keurig brew in the morning and enjoys a cup of coffee. He began setting up a full glass of water and a Keurig fish oil refill ahead of last night. “Therefore, what prevents me from drinking water in the morning is pure obstinacy,” he said. “Putting my water and fish supplement next to my daily routine of taking care of my Keurig starts the day with a good decision, which helps my self-esteem, and one good decision will lead to another good decision.” The Lord is the result. Also, the night before your workout clothes are proven to get you a big step. You can go to bed knowing you have set yourself up for victory in the morning. “Intentionally – and to do small steps,” says Skjellerup.
Discipline. More discipline equals more freedom. The healthier you eat during the week, the more likely that steak on Friday night is going to be the thing to eat. Don’t have a “cheat day”, look at it more like the freedom to eat from the table after dinner at night, if it is consistent with healthy eating during the day. Let the all-or-nothing mentality escape. If you eat something not on your plan, for example, a cup, one cup may end up making you throw up your hands and say, “I’m so inspired today that I just skipped my workout.” But I have a plan in place.
If you are healthy and in quarantine, make sure you don’t turn these cards into full slips. If this happens, decide that you are going to do the next right thing, which is to get into the right workout the next day. Rome’s Fit Body Boot Camp also offers home workouts, which are great alternatives if you’re at home. Other options are going for a walk, or just the simple act of picking up a glass of water, and BOOM—you’re on your way. They say you don’t want the second bad food.
Don’t let yourself down.
If you’re cut out, you can’t dwell on it. Tomorrow is the day, get back to it. “We are all human, and no one is perfect,” says Skjellerup. “We’re all just trying to get a little better than we were yesterday.”
Do your research and don’t be afraid to ask. “The biggest thing that holds people back is investing time and not even knowing what you’re doing or if it’s working,” says Skjellerup. Making sure you do a proper workout is key to avoiding injury. Make sure you do a proper workout, which means if you need to ask an employee or coach, do it.
Accept partner accountability. You need to say what you need to hear, but not what you want to hear. Your partner needs to say, “Hey, that wine and cheese party sounds good, but what are the rules for you to set?”
Self-care: Put yourself first (and get your family involved, too). Everyone is not real. You don’t have to go to the gym to get fit. A busy person can still spend time with their families and work together. Get your family involved. They went out. There are also various workouts on YouTube for kids that make it fun and work for adults too. The most important thing to remember is that you don’t have to commit hours a day to a healthy lifestyle. “See that you realize that you are not like a mother taking care of yourself in a reasonable way,” Skjellerup said.
Tiffany Mills, of Rome, has started a fitness training program at the May 2021 Rome Fit Body Boot Camp. As a new mother, she realized she didn’t have the time to fit in; He was very busy, tired, stressed, and didn’t know where to even begin. Once she gave Fit Body Boot Camp a try, she fell in love. Her current certifications include 200-hour Certified Yoga Instructor, Certified Nutrition Coach, CPR/AED, and she is actively pursuing her 300-hour Yoga certification and certification in Certified Personal Training.
Mills’ plan to start with a proper spring training? “Just getting started. I know it’s scary and overwhelming,” he declares. “You know where your fitness level falls on a group of people — but Rome’s fit body fits everyone. We know that fitness and weight loss aren’t a “one size fits all deal, so serious new things “They try to give,” he continued. Bottom line: everyone is different, so don’t compare your fitness routine with others.
To agree “Start small, add in one new dress at a time,” says Mills. “As a new mom of two, we try to include the kids as much as we can. You’ll be surprised how much fun it can be and how much you enjoy it! Walking is a small calorie burner, so soon we will go for a lot of walks together, play explorer, look for pinecones, and watch for squirrels! To do with running obstacles and to do with them. They think you’re funny, and you are, but you’ll also get everyone active and industrious.”
It is also a diamond in the mill because it is important to share these goals with your spouse or partner as well. “Having support around you can accelerate the outcome by holding you accountable,” he says. “If the goal is to lose weight, nutrition becomes a huge factor, and that means eliminating as many temptations as possible. So that partnership is vital.”
III.- Reward system. “Reward yourself with the things you do, make small goals and after each one, give yourself something to look forward to,” says Mills. “A greater goal equals greater rewards.”