1️⃣ CHANGE UP YOUR WORKOUT ROUTINE
And good exercise program utilizes cardio and strength training regimens; cardio to burn calories and strength to jump start your
metabolism by creating lean muscle mass. Use
two (or three) different cardio machines 20 minutes each for maximum results, and target a different muscle group during each strength
2️⃣ AVOID SNACKS AND ENERGY DRINKS
The purpose of the workout is to burn calories to, in effect, lose weight. Don’t sabotage your workout by snacking on an “energy” bar or
drink. They pack enough calories in one bar or bottle to completely offset the ones burned during your workout. Many energy drinks pack 28 grams of sugar into each serving, two servings per can. Stick with pure, cold water.
3️⃣ USE THE INCLINE ON THE TREADMILL
Using the incline improves leg strength and aerobic conditioning. It also helps condition the glutes, calves, and thighs. As an additional
bonus, you can burn 30 percent more calories walking on a five percent incline than on no incline at all. If five percent is too much for you
at the beginning, most treadmills offer inclines as low as .5 percent.
Work your way up from there.
4️⃣ DO NOT WATCH TELEVISION, OR OTHER PEOPLE!
You need to put your energy and focus into the way your body is moving during a workout. It’s very easy to waste a lot of valuable workout time if you’re focused on a television show or an attractive young lady or man. A better option is an MP3 to listen to music as you work out. Many people find that this helps them pass the time on
the treadmill or elliptical machine.
5️⃣ TAKE FLIP-FLOPS WITH YOU TO THE LOCKER ROOM
This may seem trivial, but after one bout of athletes foot picked up in the gym shower. It is not a pleasant experience, but is easily avoided by using this advice. Most gyms keep their locker rooms reasonably clean, but the moist, warm air can be an incubator for fungus. If you are unfortunate enough to contract athlete’s foot,do not despair. It is easily cured by using a topical cream, spray, or powder.
COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS,
CEO/INSTRUCTOR of SUPREME ASSAILANT