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    Shape Up Your Body With This Fitness Advice

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    Find an exercise plan that you can stick to. Make sure your fitness is something that you find fun, this way time will go by faster.

    If you feel you're coming up short in your fitness goals, go out and buy some new workout clothes to give you a boost in confidence. Even trinkets will be fun and motivate you to get out to the gym.

    You can remain dedicated to your fitness program by setting goals for yourself. You become focused on beating obstacles, not how hard it will be. Having a goal discourages thoughts of quitting and will keep you motivated to continue on with your fitness program.

    Do not lift weights for more than an hour. Muscle wasting will begin after an hour of lifting weights. For these reasons you want to try to stick to under an hour with strength training.

    Always wear appropriate gear on your feet when you work out. If you don't wear shoes which are properly created for specific activities, you increase your risks of incurring injury to your legs and feet. Plus, if you're not wearing the proper footwear, your workouts are going to be uncomfortable and you won't want to continue.

    Press down firmly on the padding of a workout bench before using it to test its thickness. If the wood can be felt under the padding, then pass on that machine and try another. A machine that does not have enough padding won't support you properly, which can cause bruising and injury.

    Each time you lift weights, flex your glutes. This will reduce your risk of suffering an injury and help your butt get a great workout. This will also help to stabilize your spine as you lift the weights.

    Many people need to feel and see results before they keep their motivation. Keep tight fitting clothes around as a way to check your progress as opposed to stepping on a weighing scale. Wear these every week to see progress.

    People often try to do abdominal exercises on a daily basis. However, this is just not the case. As with other muscles, abdominals need a break between exercise. Abdominal workouts should only be done every two or three days.

    If you want to stick to fitness goals, try paying a personal trainer in full before you start a training program. If you do so, you increase the chances of you going through with all the sessions you planned as compared to paying for them individually. This is because your hard-earned money is gone. In order to get back value equivalent to what you've spent, you'll have to show up and put in the work on your exercise routines.

    Lift weights to help you run. Runners don't typically think of weight training as a way to improve their running, but it can! Studies have shown runners who use weights can run further and faster, with less fatigue, than runners who do not lift weights.

    Leg extensions are a great way to shape up your quads. This is a simple exercise and most gyms offer the equipment needed for leg extensions. Just extend your legs up while you sit.

    Use these tips to jump-start your fitness ritual. The best advice we can give is that you should make fitness a part of your every day life, and not just a weekly goal to be met. Living a healthy lifestyle and getting fit will give you more energy, and make you more able to handle any problems that come your way.
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