If you think of your next workout as a ‘fun run’ or as a well-deserved break, you’ll eat less afterward, research has shown. However, if you think of it as exercise or as a workout you’ll later eat more dessert and snacks, to reward yourself. For beginning or veteran exercisers, the bottom line is this: “Do whatever you can to make your workout fun. Play music, watch a video, or simply be grateful that you’re working out instead of working in the office,” said one author.
Two personal trainers weigh in on the most common reasons people fail to realize their fitness goals
The trainers at Madsweat had another opportunity to contribute to an article for The Active Times. This time the question was “7 reasons Your Weight Loss Goals Are Failing” Check out what we had to say.
There are three planes of motion in which the human body moves. If you think about it, we usually use a mixture of movements in different planes. Most of your movements aren’t side to side nor are they straight up and down especially when it comes to sports. So you should never just train in one.