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Most Common Fitness Mistakes

Most Common Fitness Mistakes - The primary goal of most fitness programs is weight loss. Committing oneself to a mission and that mission’s top priority is to reduce and if possible, totally eliminate fat in the body. Having a goal is important when you want to achieve something, it keeps your mind focused in one thing and that is to achieve that goal you had set for yourself. If you want to shed a couple pounds or you want to lose a specific number of weight you’ve got to have these two characteristics, you’ve got to have a lot of determination and consistency in your body. Fitness mistakes usually happen when you actually don’t have any idea of what you are supposed to be doing.

The first important thing to do when you’re planning to start a fitness program is to have a workout regime set-up in advance. This is the one of the most common fitness mistakes in joining a fitness program. You can’t have yourself going everyday to the gym not knowing exactly what to do, you’ll end up with no accomplishment for the day and the next day to come if you don’t have preset workout regime.

Most Common Fitness Mistakes

Also one of the common fitness mistakes is the setting up of unrealistic expectations. One of the important mind-set in working out is to keep realistic expectations. You cannot expect to shed 200 to 300 pounds in the span of one to two months if you’re a beginner in the fitness world. Expecting something like this, which is absolutely absurd and a no doubt total failure, will make you lose your interest in working out at all. Setting goals that are much more realistic will help you stay motivated which will also make you concentrate more on yourself all throughout the entire process.

It doesn’t matter if you are doing big exercises with longer durations or just small ones for only a few hours. You simply can’t expect to have major results with a three to four times of exercise session all in one week, a little preposterous don’t you think? Obsessing yourself with exercise and overtraining is not causing any good to your fitness goals instead it will result to unhealthy being which might cause fatigue, difficulty in sleeping and prolonged workout recovery resulting body and mind burnout.


Most Common Fitness Mistakes


Rick Riekert said…
"The primary goal of most fitness programs is weight loss. Committing oneself to a mission and that mission’s top priority is to reduce and if possible, totally eliminate fat in the body."

Totally eliminating body fat is mission impossible, at least if one expects to remain alive and functioning. The American Council on Exercise recognizes the % of essential fat to be 5-8% for men and 10-13% for women. Essential fat is the level below which physical and physiological health is negatively affected. 3% is generally considered a physiological minimum for human males.

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