“I think the vast majority of people set the wrong goals—ones that are too ambitious or that can’t be quantified” says Holland. Instead, it’s important to work toward smaller benchmarks, agrees Woll—losing six pounds in six weeks, for example, or to run a 5K in two months and a half marathon in a year, she says. “Your end goals will change as you reach them, but they always need to be set.” To keep yourself on track, keep your goal front and center: Sign up for a race and circle the date on your calendar, or hang up an old pair of pants that you’d like to fit back into three months from now.
If you spend a lot of time in the weights room, or are about to commence a rigorous gym routine, there’s a good chance you want to bulk up your chest. Frankly, even if you have no intention of ever stepping into a gym, the chances are you wouldn’t say no to bigger pecs. Unfortunately […]
So, you want to start lifting weights. You've come to the right place. Progressing your bodyweight workouts by adding resistance, like a set of dumbbells, is a great way to further challenge yourself and build stronger muscles. Plus, you'll continue to reap the endless benefits of resistance training, like strengthening your bones and maintaining muscle […]
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