Lose 20lbs Fast with these 5 Tips

If you want to fast, you need to regularly. Despite knowing this fact, we tend to find upon excuses to find ways NOT to workout.This is why I have compiled list of 5 simple tips you can start incorporating TODAY to help you get in the habit of regular exercise!Start on Monday

Exercising on Monday sets the tone for the rest of the week. It keeps things “even” and is a simple way to organize your for the rest of the week. It is also a great way to “restart” the week if you spent the weekend eating a lot of food.

Grab some Tunes

Spend some time gathering a list of songs you can put on your iPod and create a playlist. There are a lot of great new songs that you can use, however I still love going back to the old Rocky soundtracks. They really pump you up.

Don’t Skip your Workout

You should take a break from , however do not take too long. I like to use the 2-day rule. If you take more than 2 days rest, then you need to FORCE yourself to exercise on the third day.

Do Stuff you Like

If you’re having a tough time sticking to your workout programs, maybe you’re doing something you don’t like. If you’re trying to go to the gym and lift weights, but are unable to get yourself excited about doing it, perhaps it’s time to try a different activity.

You can try to perform some instead. Click here for some great exercises.

Reward Yourself

Rewarding yourself is a great way to keep yourself motivated. However, do not reward yourself with food. Perhaps reward yourself with new clothing, or a with some other purchase that will help keep you on track.

Start implementing these tips and get started on a solid exercise program. If you’re still searching for a place to start, then click here to find out how you can lose fat for life!

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