Getting Back In the Exercise Groove
When was the last time you decided to hit the gym? If you are like most people, it can be hard to revive your regimen, especially if it has been awhile since you worked out. Fortunately, you don't have to let a little downtime make you feel sluggish. I have been super skinny and over the top fat, and I know what it takes to get back to the gym after a long hiatus. My blog details my own journey, so that you can stay motivated to attend those classes, perfect your run, or lift weights until it feels like your arms will fall off.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many people took advantage of the break from normalcy to attend exercise classes online. While the sudden halt in many business operations was a rude shock, many decided they might as well use their free time to get into fitness programs.
Gym membership significantly spiked when businesses started reopening because people had realized that despite their busy schedules, they could make time to take care of their bodies.
If you are ready to work to get fit and get back into shape, you will want to work with a personal trainer. A personal trainer is more than a workout buddy; they are someone who is there to help guide you on your fitness journey.
1. Identify Your Motivation
First, you are going to want to identify your motivation for working out. Knowing what you want to work out can help you figure out your fitness goals and drive your motivation.
Your local yoga studio likely has a wide range of different yoga classes that you can pursue. While many of these classes are designed to challenge your body physically as you work toward increasing your strength, others offer more of a gentle experience. Restorative yoga is a type of yoga that is known for its calm and relaxing approach. It's often suitable for those who have no experience with yoga, although this is always something that you should check before signing up for a class.