Trying to Get Into Fitness & Health
9 Fitness Resolutions It's Totally OK to Break
1. That You'll Work Out at 6 a.m.
At this point in your life, if you're not a morning person...you're not a morning person. Literally. Ask science. A study published inThe Journal of Strength and Conditioningfound that your body adapts to whatever training schedule works best foryou— so if you prefer to go to the gym at night and stick to that consistently, that's when your body will perform best. So, yeah, go to the gymafterwork. Don't punish yourself or turn yourself into a groggy bitch for the rest of the day. OK. Now you can go back to bed.
2. That You'll Skip Happy Hour to Exercise
Good on you for being the martyr who skips your 5 p.m. margarita to sweat it out at spin class, but guess what? It's called happy hour for a reason. For one, drinking (responsibly) literally makes people happier, and also, socializing is good for you ( it will actually help you live longer).You don't have to say yes toeveryinvitation (or drink every time), but don't be be unwilling to be social because You Must Heed the Call of the Treadmill.A life lived only on the treadmill is still a life lived alone!
3. That You'll Become a Runner/Yogi/CrossFitter/Barre Enthusiast/Power Lifter, Etc...
Even if all your friends are running marathons are posting killer crow pose photos on Instagram or if all the women you brunch with insist on tucking at barre, that doesn't meanyouhave to. You don't need to stick beonetype of exerciser — find the workout that makes you happiest, because (spoiler alert) you'll be more likely stick to it.
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