Because everyone’s fitness needs and schedules are so different, a schedule and routine fit just for you is the only way to be successful with making health and fitness a lifestyle.
We all fall victim to a busy life, family, and career, that is why so many people can relate to our 21-day challenge recipient, Jarrett. Try your own 21-day challenge and commit to a schedule of activities that you can honor and stick to, if you need some accountability find a friend or hire an expert. You will have created a habit after the 21 days that you will not want to go back to eat or drink the way you did prior.
The hardest part of it all is just getting started and knowing where to begin and how to progress according to your fit level. Look for signs of overtraining, like joint pains, especially if you have been inactive for some time. The whole point to it all is feeling better, because it’s hard to do anything when your aching all of the time. If you’re not sure where to start, then get a stretching routine and start there. A little bit of something is better than a whole lot of nothing!