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Hard Work And Dedication - Your Fitness BFFs

31/05/2017 13:38 BST | Updated 31/05/2017 13:38 BST

I'll let you in on a secret. One of the most difficult parts of training is getting started. But making that effort and carving time out in your schedule to get fit and work your way towards a healthy body and mind is a great feeling and one with great rewards.

The second hardest part is keeping motivated. The good news is that once you've had the impulse and ambition to get started, that positive feeling and all those endorphins will keep you going.

C for Consistency

Motivation and consistency are two integral parts of getting fit. While it's obviously better to work out once a week than not at all, the most effective way to march down the solid road to fitness is by following the signs to consistency at every step.

That might be finding the type of workout that you enjoy doing and dedicating to it a certain amount of times every week. It also might include setting yourself goals - getting that summer body, fitting into a bridesmaid dress, benching a certain weight. Anything that keeps you focused with a consistent fitness regime will.

Fitness as a Habit

Consistency and motivation go hand in hand to create you a brilliant and impactful workout regime. Consistency breeds habit and once fitness becomes one of your habits, you're well on the way towards your ambitions. And there's nothing better than success and dedication to fuel that motivational feeling.

So once you have a fitness and nutrition plan, you know what you should be doing and what you should be eating. Now you have to take action. And take action with conviction.

All Power to You

Tell yourself you can do it and you will do it. Don't make excuses. Focus on every goal and keep pushing yourself towards something bigger and better. The payoff is well worth it.

I am always here to support and guide you if you need me. That might be to offer expert tips on your unique goals and workout regime or simply to give you a little push and some motivation along the way. Find out more here: www.davidkingsbury.co.uk