Getting better with age? Maybe
I've definitely learnt more as I've got older.
One thing I can tell you really worked for me when I was going through my fat loss journey was this...
Design a plan that works for you not someone else, and implement it slowly. Don't try and change everything straight away, make little changes to your diet and fitness regime that don't make your every day duties difficult to carry out. For example, I decided to train every morning before work for a few reasons. I'm a morning person, I'd tried working out after work and hadn't been consistent. I'd also found a workout partner who had the same goals and was committed to early morning sessions. I also found morning sessions kept me invigorated for the rest of the day!
This might not work for you, but just make sure when you do decide on which time of day you'll be working out, it's the one part of your day least likely to have interruptions/ distractions.
So, plan your week on Sunday, and get up on Monday and take on the world!
Remember.....never miss that Monday session, and make Sundays food prep day! Have a good weekend.
Below is a nice and easy plan to follow for those relatively new to the gym.
Monday - Lower Body (Legs)
Tuesday - Upperbody (Chest & Abs)
Wednesday - Upperbody (Back & Biceps)
Thursday - Upperbody - (Shoulders & Triceps)
Friday - Full body workout & Cardio
Saturday & Sunday - Rest
Hi, Lou here, I'll be sharing my thoughts and insights via my blog regularly, so please stay tuned!