Sports and physically demanding hobbies will require you to stay fit through the year. Taking up one such hobby is a great way to keep your fitness anchored and purposeful. Aesthetics may be your main reason for exercising, but being driven by an external goal is a fantastic way to stay motivated.
Triathlons, skiing, golf, kayaking, judo, rock climbing and a myriad of other sports that can be taken up as hobbies require you to stay on top of your fitness all year round.
Fitness related hobbies are a great motivating tool and are highly recommended to keep you in shape on and off season. Because of the social aspect of these hobbies they are a great way of building your support network that was covered on Day 10 of this 31 day fitness kick start.
With healthy wishes,
Introduction to the 31 Day Fitness Kickstart
Day 1 – Water
Day 2 – Protein at breakfast
Day 3 – Meal frequency
Day 4 – Sugar
Day 5 – Lifestyle
Day 6 – Carbohydrates
Day 7 – Sleep
Day 8 – Start easy with Cardio – frequency not the quantity.
Day 9 – Get clever with your fats!
Day 10 – Find or become a role model
Day 11 – Coffee
Day 12 – Exercise improves your appetite response.
Day 13 – Consistency over intensity
Day 14 – Add cinnamon to your diet
Day 15 – Energising morning fix
Day 16 – Active rest
Day 17 – Holistic fitness.
Day 18 – Minimise muscle loss.
Day 19 – Don’t forget steady paced cardio
Day 20 – Eat plenty of fibre
Day 22 – Hire a qualified and an experienced Personal Trainer
Day 23 – Eat Cake
Day 24 – Don’t forget that the feeling of hunger is the best cue for when to eat
Day 25 – Tune in to your training
Day 26 – Sort out the calorie density of your meals.
Day 27 – Eat more grapefruit
Day 28 – Eat within an hour after your workout!
Day 29 – Stay in the low range of Glycaemic Index and Glycaemic Load
Day 30 – Cycle crunches.
Day 31 – Learn to listen to your body