Monroe Wisconsin (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Scott Tischler sees the weight room and cardio machines packed every year in the beginning of January. The first week it is always shoulder to shoulder no matter what time it is. By the second week approximately half of the new people who are attending the gym will not work out again. By the third week there will only be the one percent left attending the gym.
Weight loss is one of the more common New Year’s resolutions, it is not the only New Year’s resolution that is made, but it is common for this particular resolution to be given up on by the end of January. Scott Tischler unveils some helpful tips to make this resolution be the one to stick.
1. When starting a weight loss regiment remember to take it slow. The body can be willing but the mind may not be. One of the big mistakes that is made when starting to work out after a long lapse is to go too hard too fast. Being sore is a good thing; it means that the body is repairing itself and will be stronger after it is repaired. Even though this is a good thing, it can be discouraging to be too sore and will discourage those from continuing to work out.
2. It is important to get the proper amount of sleep. Most adults do not get the proper amount of sleep every night. It is imperative to get eight hours of sleep every night. The body does most of its repairing during its REM cycle. Getting the proper amount of sleep will make the world of difference.
3. Proper diet and hydration is the key to success. Exercise is important however, weight loss comes from diet and exercise. Having the proper nutrition is an important part of any weight loss New Year’s resolutions.