Exercising - How do you sustain momentum!

Written by Greg Ryan


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YEARLY GOALS

One or two main goals a year are as much as one brain and body can handle. If you try to accomplish too many goals at once you can become scattered in your focus. You always want to focus onrepparttar big picture.

SEASONAL GOALS

Setting three-month incremental goals that line up withrepparttar 149104 yearly goals sustains motivation throughoutrepparttar 149105 year. People get discouraged and sometimes injuries happen if they continue onrepparttar 149106 same workout plan over a three-month period.

KEEP THE BALL ROLLING

Of course, many times people will lose momentum after reaching a certain goal. There may be a let down in emotions, physical fatigue, or you just want to change things up. The object is to keeprepparttar 149107 ball rolling.

Suggestions:

Determine your emotional and internal goals first.

Keep your priorities in line allrepparttar 149108 time. When time is a problem, exerciserepparttar 149109 more important body parts.

Take a one day at a time attitude.

Never be afraid of changing your workout program up. Ten to twelve week programs work best.

Always put a carrot in front of your face to help meet your goals.

In a nut shell:

There is no magic potion, just hard, consistent work. Try to make your programs fun and effective inrepparttar 149110 shortest possible time you can. Give yourself a little flexibility in your goals and reward yourself for your accomplishments. Keeprepparttar 149111 big picture in mind. Set yearly goals with incremental ones in-between. As you get closer in reaching a goal, establishrepparttar 149112 next one without losing momentum.

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Are Kettlebells Too Expensive?

Written by Victor Holtreman


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With a kettlebell you can get both an aerobic and anaerobic (strength building) workout in just a few minutes a day that (if you're so inclined) can leave you feeling like you went 3 rounds with Mike Tyson. You can work your arms, shoulders, legs, abs, chest and back all with that little iron cannonball. Also, anyone who knows anything about weight training will tell you that working out with a free weight is far superior to using a motion that moves along a track.

Using Pavel Tsatsouline's techniques (Pavel is a former physical training instructor forrepparttar Soviet Special Forces) and a common sense diet you will see your strength increase rapidly andrepparttar 149103 fat come off quickly by using kettlebells.

Another benefit isrepparttar 149104 small size of kettlebells... no hunting for a spare room or extra closet space to store them, or having an eyesore like a treadmill or universal gym (soon to be used as a clothing rack) inrepparttar 149105 middle of your bedroom.

So if you think that kettlebells are too expensive, think again.

Victor Holtreman is the author of the Kettlebell Training website. For more information about training with kettlebells please visit http://kettlebell-training.com.


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