Avoiding Fitness Burnout: A 2-Step Approach That Will Get You Lasting Results
9 monthes ago - By Natural News
Most of us are pretty impatient. When we decide that we want something, we tend to want it now and are ready to do whatever it takes.
This can be a good thing since a little impatience can be a great motivator to take action. However, it can also lead to taking on too much, which is often what happens when it comes to getting in shape .
Many people are motivated to see big changes happen quickly so they dive in with grueling workouts every single day. “No pain, no gain!”
While their intentions are in the right place, this sort of “all in” attitude isn't sustainable and often leads to...
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