Beginner’s Guide to Getting Fit: 5 Things to Do

It’s pretty hard to throw yourself into exercising and eating healthy on a regular basis, if you’re new to fitness. And giving yourself a massive kick in the butt doesn’t necessarily work for everyone.

Sometimes what’s required are a couple of sensible recommendations on how to make your transition into a healthy lifestyle less painful than it needs to be. Instead of trying to follow fitness guides like those at askyourfitnessquestion.com and repeating the suggested exercise routines, start with some basic, essential steps.

First of all, let’s make it clear that the decision to start a fitness journey doesn’t mean you have to go to the gym. Secondly, it doesn’t mean you have to spend lots of money on fitness equipment. So, what should you start with? Here’s five basic tips to get started on your health and fitness journey.

1. Eat better

If you expect to get an awesome result by working out only, forget about it. Without eating well, your body can’t get fit. Cut out fast food, sugary drinks, sweets, and other items that don’t have any nutritional value. Write down everything you eat on a daily basis to see what exactly can be eliminated from your diet. It may seem to be boring, but it works well when you only start to figure out how to eat healthier. It goes without saying that the fastest way to improve your diet is by eating more fruits and veg.

2. Prep your meals

If you have a busy schedule and it’s hard for to prepare fresh meals every day, do it in advance. Buy a bunch of vegetables, fruits, chicken, and other healthy products for the whole week or the next three-four days at least, so you won’t be tempted to head to your fave fast food joint when hunger strikes.

3. Drink water

Don’t replace water with tea, coffee, or soda.

4. Create a workout schedule for the week

Do what you like – yoga, weight exercises, Pilates, running, dancing, etc.

5. And last but not the least, think long term

Don’t consider your fitness journey to be something temporary. It’s not a destination. It’s a way of life and it’s important you enjoy it!

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