Getting into a gym habit

I've always been active, having danced for ten years and then becoming a personal trainer in college. I've led a healthy and active lifestyle my entire life. Quarantine and everything that came with it hit me as well. Gyms were closed, I had no social obligations, I was home all the time, and although I had loads of time to exercise and eat healthy, being bored and confined inside made me feel less motivated to stay in shape.It was the first time I experienced what it is like to gain weight and not know how to lose it. I lost the desire to work out, I was ordering in all the time, and all the healthy habits that I had cultivated over the past few years literally vanished. It has been a struggle for me to see my body with fat that had never existed on it before. Exercise and staying in shape have always been a part of my routine, never motivated me to do them. To be clear, there is nothing wrong with having fat on your body. It was really hard for me to get back into shape because I was not comfortable with my appearance. Making progress and gaining success is what motivates people to work hard towards their goals. In my conversation about this, my friend told me about her experience with CoolSculpting, a machine that freezes fat away. For the first time, I actually felt lost about how to start and how to get back into my regular fitness routine because I was skeptical, yet intrigued. What I didI started small. Before I started a full-blown gym routine 5 days a week, I tried to treat it the way I would have treated a new client who was just starting his/her fitness routine for the first time. To establish consistency, I did short workouts each day (about 20-30 minutes) three to four times a week. For some of you, this may seem like nothing, but it's about creating habits, not about training for 3 hours and being unable to move the next day. The sessions will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, which leaves me with one day between sessions, and a weekend to relax. My workouts also had to be enjoyable to me. When starting a workout routine, the last thing you want to do is force yourself to do workouts that you dislike. Your chances of sticking to a fitness routine will probably be lower if you dread going to the gym. I did boxing and deadlifts (cardio, coordination, and bootie exercises?) All my boxes are checked!). During the next 3-4 weeks, I began adding more time to my workouts and improving my eating habits. It wasn't that I cut out foods in particular, but I concentrated on adding more protein to my diet. I felt better even before I saw results from doing that alongside my workouts. With that CoolSculpting treatment, I did give myself a little kickstart to seeing results. The procedure uses a vacuum to draw in your fat, freeze it, and eliminate 25% of your subcutaneous fat. Although I was a little skeptical at first, I was very pleased with my results. As a former trainer, I recognize that I couldn't lose that much fat in such a short period of time with just three 30-minute workouts per week. Furthermore, though such treatments are effective and definitely lead to amazing results, they don't prevent you from gaining weight, which is why it is vital to form healthy habits in order to maintain the results according to Dr. Schwarzburg at Skinly Aesthetics. Body imageThere is nothing wrong with having some fat on our bodies, since everyone's body is different. My diet and physical activity are both important to me in order to feel good about myself. I am in no way overweight, but I generally feel better when I nourish my body properly and keep active. If I said I didn't enjoy seeing my abs show through when I wear a bikini, then I would be lying, but what I like on my body may be completely different from what someone else enjoys. Since getting back into my fitness routine seven months ago, I've maintained my results as well as a healthy lifestyle. A significant motivational factor for me was seeing initial results, which gave me confidence that I am doing the right thing. Additionally, you should surround yourself with positive influences. You are not alone in this journey, whether it's working out with your friends, having a good support system, or talking to others about your experiences. Currently, my main focus is to keep a steady flow without obsessing over the small things, while also maintaining a healthy lifestyle and an appearance that makes me proud of myself.

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