The feeling you get after a great workout session is the one to live for. The pumped-up muscles, and the adrenaline rush running through your veins. That feeling you get when a new vein pops on your wrist and you feel like the Incredible Hulk.
ohh what a sensation!
I started my workouts when I was almost 20 years old. I was having extreme obesity levels and wanted to get rid of it. But when I started, everyone made me skeptical about hitting the gym.
They scared me about how after a workout, my muscles will hurt like hell and how difficult it would be to lose weight. Some even told me that I will become bulkier if I workout.
The truth is:
It didn’t hurt much. Yeah, I couldn’t move my arms without ahh! coming out of my mouth. But nothing to the degree of what I was told.
I even lost 6 kgs in the first week and became leaner.
Whether you are looking to lose weight or gain muscle mass, workout sessions are one of the best ways of going at it regardless of you hitting the gym or working out somewhere else
Workout sessions after 6 months
When you begin working out, everything feels amazing. You feel like hitting the gym daily and making more and more progress. Even I did.
But there comes a time, it’s usually after six months when you feel a shift. This time comes because of your body becoming too familiar with your style of workout. Of course, you don’t realize it right away but after a while you do. I too felt the shift
And trust me when I say that you won’t know what made that shift to occur.
I started making excuses to avoid working out and when I did workout, I didn’t care about making progress. In other words, I wasn’t having fun anymore.
If you are not having fun with a workout, you need to change some things.
It’s not a punishment. Don’t make the mistake of treating it like one
When I realized that I wasn’t having fun anymore, I too did some things to change that and they saved my life…
Staying fit could be costing you more than you know.