Exercise can sometimes feel like a chore -- something you have to do instead of something you get to do.
We often fall into a fitness rut, returning to exercises that we have been doing for a long time or are comfortable with.
But not challenging yourself can sabotage your results and stop you from accomplishing your goals.
How to Add Variety to Your Workouts
Your body is quick to adapt to routines, and once it adapts you stop seeing the results you want in the mirror or on the scale.
So the first tip is to try new exercises. To help get you started, here are some of our favorite variations to exercises that you may have done before:
Now that you have new exercises to incorporate into your routine, here is one more tip on how to keep things challenging:
Change up your reps
Doing more reps with less weight, or fewer reps with more weight will challenge your muscles in different ways.
So for your next routine, try increasing the reps for 2-4 weeks, then try decreasing your reps but upping the weight for 2-4 weeks.
Then move onto some new exercises altogether and start again!
How to Get Started
If you are just starting out a routine or are stuck in a rut, I invite you to check out our 28-Day Kickstart Program.
This is our holistic fitness program where you will get the exact exercises you need to start feeling better while having a coach to show you how to do them correctly, and keep you accountable to your plan.
In this program you will get:
- Full fitness and goals assessment
- Personalized fitness coaching to teach you the exact exercises you need to safely and effectively move better and build stamina
- A simple meal plan to help you decrease inflammation
- 1-on-1 success coaching to help guide you as you work to change your diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits
You can move better, get stronger, and have more flexibility and energy, you just need a program that can show you what is right for you.
Click here to learn more and take back control of your health and fitness today!
Mint Condition Fitness empowers people to take control of their fitness and fully enjoy the life they have built.