Healthy Living Tips

Cardio For Fat Loss:

High Intensity Interval Training Cardio Vs Low Intensity Steady State Cardio

http://www.simplyshredded.com/cardio-for-fat-loss-high-intensity-interval-training-cardio-vs-low-intensity-steady-state-cardio.html

My quote: “You have to feel comfortable with being uncomfortable in your workouts”

 

It’s supposed to hurt when you’re doing HIIT and if it’s hurting, you’re in an uncomfortable mode and that means you’re doing it right!

How Many Grams of Protein Should A Woman Eat Per Day? (PDF) | Debbie Martin

The Benefits of Pumping Iron in Later Life | The Wall Street Journal | March 15, 2015

Why You Must Get Comfortable Feeling Uncomfortable.

Why You Must Get Comfortable Feeling ComfortablePeople don’t like to feel uncomfortable in any situation.

It feels… well…uncomfortable.

As a result, people will go to great lengths to avoid situations that make them feel uncomfortable.

Unfortunately, that avoidance strategy is a killer of creating change, achieving the results you really want.

Change doesn’t happen by staying in your comfort zone. Change only happens by stepping out of your comfort zone.

And thereby lies the challenge.

To create change and strike out in new directions requires doing something you haven’t done before.

So, unless you are willing to expose yourself to feeling uncomfortable you are going to stay stuck, plateau, stay the same, no changes to better your body & mind.

The bottom line is this:

If you are serious about creating change you have got to get comfortable feeling uncomfortable.

If you are willing to do that the sky is the limit. You will transform your body in ways you never saw fit. Add the extra weight in your workouts, do a hard treadmill run that is going to hurt, SPRINT! Make it hurt, make it be temporary pain for longevity gains. Try my training routine today!