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Long Is The Way And Hard, That Out Of Hell Leads Up To….The Gym!

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Milton’s Paradise Lost tells us that anything worth doing is not going to be easy. And, getting back to the gym, or signing up for the first time, can seem daunting. If you want to get fitter and healthier and improve your life, then you need to put the work in. It’s not easy going to the gym, but it will certainly get easier. So, you need to make sure you get back into the swing of things as soon as you can.

Have You Been Injured? – There are many injuries that might befall us in day to day life. You might have developed a sports injury, and you’ll need to see a doctor about some rehab. You could have suffered a personal injury, and this might be a strain physically and financially. A law firm like David & Philpot, P.L. should be able to you deal with this. If you’ve been injured, you’re not going to be able to exercise or go to the gym the way you would like. So, you need to focus on getting better first, and saving money that’s being spent on your gym membership while you’re not using it.

Getting That Routine Back – The hardest part of going to the gym is getting into a routine. It’s a break from your routine of relaxing and doing nothing. And some days you’re not going to want to do this, but you need to hang in there. Bear in mind things aren’t going to happen overnight. You need to get used to going to the gym on a regular basis and make it a part of your life again. You never know, it may even become something that you look forward to! It’s thought that the best way of doing this it to reward yourself after your routine as an incentive to stick with it.

Start Off Slow – The best thing to do is to start off slow and ease your way in. That way you don’t overwhelm yourself when you first start out. The last thing you want is to push yourself too far and end up with an injury as a result. Listen to your body, and make the right decisions accordingly. You need to ease your way in by starting off with something that isn’t too intensive, to begin with. This will help you acclimatize to your new regime, and get used to that exercise that’s so alien to you! Start with some things that are a little less intense, like maybe the cycling, swimming, or the treadmill at a slow speed. Eventually, when you have gotten used to it, you can work up to make things more challenging.

Go More Than Once a Week – You’ve also got to remember that it’s helpful to go to the gym more than once a week. Only going once isn’t going to give you the exercise you need to get fitter. And, if you miss your day one week then it will be two weeks without going! Try to work up to a point where you’re going several times a week. Alternate and try maybe twice during the week, and once on the weekend. This is good for helping you burn off the calories and start building a better body. There are also classes you might consider taking as well as using the gym.

As you can see, it’s going to be a long and hard road, but you will get there. With a bit of determination and a positive mental attitude, you will be able to achieve your goals. Get back to the gym and start being as winner once again. What do you think? Are you a fitness nut with something you want to add? Let us know below.

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About Ray Gruenfelder

Creator and Founder of The Guy Corner NYC, the Guys lifestyle blog (Tech, Sports, Food, Drinks & much more) Married father of 2, this page is dedicated to "Guy Stuff". We will be sharing Tech tips, mobile app reviews, sports stories, talking about my favorite foods and adult beverages & a whole lot more.

Posted on October 11, 2016 9:42 am, in Fitness Freak, For The Guys and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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