How to Design Your Workout

OK, so you want to work out, you need to work out. But you’re a little afraid, cautious, confused, just not sure what to do, or how to do it. By the way, I love commas, and big long sentences an English teacher would surely hate. I also love short sentences. OK, on with the show. What is the first thing you should do? First, set some goals, “getting in shape” is not a goal. Goals should be more defined. Set some long term goals, then some short term goals that will get you to your long term goals. Don’t fret, your goals may change and that’s OK. You’ve set goals, now what? Generally speaking now would be a good time to make sure you have appropriate clothes and shoes. You know, shorts, t-shirts and any kind of athletic shoes.

Now, if you’ve got some old exercise equipment serving as a place to hang your shirts, clear it off. If you don’t have equipment or don’t want to work out at home, find a place to work out. Here is where I throw in a disclaimer, if you’ve read my blog you know where I work out (SNAP Fitness) what works for me may or may not work for you. Here’s some free advice, don’t get locked in for a year until you’ve gone for a few months. Make sure it’s the right place for you before you get locked in, decide whatever you’ve chosen is wrong, and won’t go anywhere else because you’re already paying for a membership. Now what? Guess you’ll have to tune in next time to find out.
Oh, fine, next time I’ll talk about how to design your work out.

Until next time,
Hang on, I’ve noticed my articles have been a little short on sitcom references lately, I’m going to have to work on that. Until then this is T-Bone signing off. (Seinfeld reference for you)

I’ll see you at the gym

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