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How to get More Bang for Your (Exercise) Buck

Have you ever noticed how two people can do an exercise routine for a period of time and one will have amazing results while the other looks the same as when they started?

Why is that?

It’s frustrating when you are exercising regularly without seeing results. Might make you look for a reason to blame, such as genetics or hormones.

In reality, the thing holding you back is something that you have complete control over: it’s the intensity with which you exercise.

Intensity is something that’s difficult for the outside observer to measure, but is felt within your body as you go through the moves of an exercise.

  • It’s how hard you push yourself -safely, of course

  • It’s using weights that feel challenging

  • It’s putting a little more pep in your step

  • It’s avoiding simply going through the motions

  • It’s focusing on progressing over time

We all have days when the weights feel extra heavy and our energy stores feel depleted, and those days will naturally be less intense. It's okay to have some easier recovery workouts, or do an easy workout when you don't have the energy for a tough one.

However, when low intensity workouts are the norm, you simply won’t ever achieve the results that you’re hoping for. And this is something that you can completely control.

"I went to the gym regularly for years and never saw results. After just 3 months working with with Rose, I dropped 15 lbs and got a toned and fit body!"- DM

So, as you go into your next workout, think about the intensity that you’re bringing. Are you walking at a fast enough pace to feel your heart beat? Could you go heavier on some of your weights? Could you take less recovery breaks and keep moving throughout the workout?

Of course, it's important to start safely and build up a level of fitness before pushing yourself. I can help you with that.

If you're ready to get in amazing shape, with a smart, safe and proven system, reach out to me to discuss a program that will help you reach (and maintain) your goals.

Together we will get you into your best shape this year!



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