Hi im randomly posting again after allegedly being a "member" for 2 years, but ne way enough of that.im trying to get started on keeping fit, but i keep putting it off. i guess im a little self conscious. any tips from people out there?Ive been putting this off all summer. Im not happy with my body, yet i havent yet done ne thing. Maybe i need a good kick? Maybe its just me
The first step in getting fit, -a problem
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The fact that you are trying is the only consolation that you need.Nobody can harass you are force you to be fit,only you can do that.You should plan a fitness schedule that you are comfortable with,email it to your mother and have her call you and yell at you to excersise.
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If you can afford it, I'd always say the first port of call would be a local gym, if you're not sure what you should be doing, as they will weigh you, and do all the stuff that we all hate to be done, and then tailor a workout program around you If you don't want to go to the gym, there are several things available online to help (google: "mens health" for starters) I remember waaaaaay back when, when I first needed to get fit in 1999, it took me a good 8 months to get into shape, so it's really not an overnight thing, and you do hafta keep at it, you can't just stop when you're fit... in fact, you have to work even harder when you are Realistically, if you're just looking at losing a bit of weight, the GI diet is always a good starting block (because it's not really a diet... it's an advice guide as to good and bad foods for your digestion) and, having found out I'm lactose intollerant... I can say with some degree of certainty that if you cut out the dairy, you will lose a whole lot of weight also... just remember to take on calcium from other food sources If you're really stuck though, a good starting program would be: get yourself a heartrate monitor and watch, and start out doing jogging/bike riding and keeping your heart-rate around the 142 mark, after 3 months, do the same amount of running (eg: 15 mins at a time) and aim to get your HR to 164, and finally after another 3 months, aim for the 172 mark... that's the official line that we get, when we (the armed forces) have to improve on our fitness, obviously you'll need to intersperse that with weights/mat exercises, so if you want to tone your stomach, situps are always your best bet For more specifics though, you're better off googling the different exercises... currently, I'm on a course of polarites as I've gotten a back injury, so I'm out of the gym at the moment, just doing mat exercises and these are very good for you too, it's just a matter of what you want to achieve really, but good luck with your fitness ... and, as you asked so kindly.... Kick lol
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