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How to Start Your Fitness Journey

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Now that we are only 2 months away from the New Year, we will all probably start thinking about our resolutions. One of the most popular resolutions among Americans is to get in shape. Exercising isn’t that hard to do once it is made a habit, but starting is always the difficult part. Consider these tips on how to start your fitness journey.

  1. Pick a Race or Fitness Competition

There’s nothing more motivating than having a set deadline for your progress. A race or fitness competition will drive you because you most likely have to pay to enter and you’ll be performing in front of other people.

  1. Find an Accountability Partner

A lot of people set a resolution to start exercising. You likely have a friend with the exact same fitness goal as you. Pick a friend to hold you accountable. Pick one who will be honest and tough with you when necessary.

  1. Be True to You

It’s important to remember that just because someone loves a workout doesn’t mean you will love it. The opposite is also true. Just because someone hates a workout doesn’t mean you will hate it. Try out a lot of different things and see which ones you’re drawn to.

  1. Buy Some Nice Athletic Wear

It’s no secret that dressing nice can make you feel more confident. Don’t underestimate the power of nice active wear. Check out the Swiftwick Aspire socks that come in a large range of colors and make any outfit better.

  1. Change Your Diet

A poor diet is only going to make workouts harder and more painful. A big part of fitness is not just what you do with your body, but also what you choose to put into your body. Think of yourself as a machine. You need quality fuel to function to your optimum potential.

Written by: Jade Spilka

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