S: HOW TO GET IN SHAPE
FC: How To Get In Shape
1: Getting on the right track and staying healthy is something that one will benefit from for the rest of their life. For one hour, working out is a simple task that can be done whenever there's a moment of free time. It's a great way to let out anger or stress that has been built up throughout the day. It leaves an energized and refreshed feeling.
2: By focusing on a specific part of the body each day, it speeds up the change in ones appearance. Where as, if someone did the same routine everyday it would would show no progress. Sets are the amount of times that one performs an act; where as, reps are the number of times it's done in a set. So sets and reps keep consistency while working out.
4: For building up cardio, running on a treadmill is a good way to shed off the extra pounds. It involves every single muscle on the body and flushes out the bad toxins by sweating. | By getting through half of a mile, then it’s the best time to push even further. Running longer gets easier because of the adrenaline built up inside.
5: Working out is also a great way to stay on track with the rest of your life. It’s proven that high-energy individuals have more of an active mind and the drive to keep going. Concentrating more during work or school will also improve because of the activeness.
6: Self motivation is the best way to achieve goals that are made. And sticking with an everyday routine will eventually make the mind need this constant activity every day.
7: Lastly, staying in the best shape possible will build ones self esteem and confidence. Looking great on the outside leads to a happy inside. There’s always that desire to keep pushing forward and that could make someone very successful in other parts of their life. Working out is the best way to clear a mind, relieve stress and stay motivated for a new goal.
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