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How to Stick to Your Workout Routine

Exercise is something every person should be doing. Working out and getting the proper exercise in on a weekly or even daily basis can improve mental & physical health, as well as boost your productivity with work and other activities.



Trust the Process


This is a term that has been used for many years, especially when it comes to major sports teams. The process of getting stronger, getting healthier, and looking your best is something that comes with time, dedication, and routine. Exercising and working out on a routine will only help you in the long run. You must trust the process of transforming your body. Many people seeking to get heathier with working out and strengthening their body give up after a few days in a row.


Start Slow When Working out


When you plan and schedule a routine it’s important to remember not to overdo the workout. Start off small with some free weights and dumbbells, even if you’re at home. At home workouts are beneficial when you’re first starting on a workout and exercise routine. You won’t have to worry about being self-conscious about lifting weights around others at a gym. Start with less weight and go slow.


Make it Fit to Your Schedule


Careers and jobs always seem to get in the way of someone’s gym schedule or workout routine. Many who desire to get in better shape and have a regular workout schedule tend to give up when they miss a couple days. Work and other activities can get in the way and throw off your whole exercise goals.


When planning and scheduling, don’t get too strict off the bat. It’s always important to have a schedule, but make sure to adjust it when needed. Start off with a morning workout before work if you enjoy being up early before. If it doesn’t work, then you can adjust your time to after or later on in the evening, or even lunch break.

It’s always in your interest to keep your exercise schedule flexible in case you have some conflicts.


At Biggins Iron, we can supply you with dumbbells and plates for lifting weights. If you’re someone who desires to change your workout routine, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Contact Biggins Iron at sales@bigginsiron.com or visit us online for more information!

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