Rome wasn’t built in a day, right? The same goes for health: you can’t change your life or improve your health in a day. It’s OK to be unhealthy – as long as you buckle down and make changes every single day. Constantly evolving is the key here: the more you evolve, the more you change, and in a few months (or as little as a few weeks)… you’ll definitely see the results you’re desperately searching for. But to see those results, you’ve got to start. Here are 5 easy ways to make being fit and healthy a reality and no longer a distant dream.
This one’s a no-brainer, right? Yet you wouldn’t believe how easy it is to do a round of push-ups, followed by a round of squats, followed by a set of burpees. I say “easy” because it is: remember, we’re starting small. You can do 10 push-ups. You can do 10 squats. You can do burpees for 10 seconds. Each week, when you feel yourself improve, you can add 5-10 more to each. In no time at all you’ve just upgraded your life!
2. Eat More Than Three Times A Day
“If you can control what you eat, you can control all other aspects of your life.” – Joe Rogan
Eating smaller meals (including health-drinks like Kratom) keeps you healthier than three large meals a day. Five-six meals give you more energy to exercise and heroically endure the struggles life throws our way. A simple, no-nonsense guide to eating well would be…
- A large meal at breakfast
- Sandwich at 10-11AM
- Package of peanuts and Greek yogurt at 2:00 PM
- Sandwich or variety of fruits at 7:00 PM
- Cheese and crackers at 10:00 PM (optional)
3. Routine And Variety
There’s a science behind writing plans down that can’t be erased. Forcing yourself to keep you on your toes challenges your body to adapt to different situations. And because you’re overcoming those challenges, your physique and mental stamina improve. Doing this makes you one step closer towards becoming the hero of your own movie.
4. Buy Fewer Processed Foods At The Grocery Store
We live in a Monsanto-dominated world. there’s no way to escape processed foods. Luckily, a way to healthily “rebel”… is to limit the number of pre-packaged, non-perishable items we consume.
Food that doesn’t have an expiration date can last for years – because manufacturers add chemicals added to them. These chemicals are not natural because food is meant to expire. While processed foods are cheaper than real food, they’re saturated with nutrients your body needs.
While we sleep, the body repairs itself and “jacks up” our minds. Remember: we need the sun to provide vitamin D and dopamine – the “feel good” combination responsible for happiness – as long as sleep is in the mix. Sleep is almost a “cheat code” for making yourself happier because your mind has a chance to rest.
A rested mind is a fit mind – and a healthy mind is far more likely to win at life than unhealthy minds. People suffering from a lack of sleep aren’t winning, because they’re depriving themselves of the secret ingredient they need to get stuff done: rest. (Why else do hardcore bodybuilders advocate at least 48 hours of downtime between workout days?)
Healthy & Fit – Conclusion
Being mentally, physically and emotionally fit isn’t a revolution – it’s a habit. How do habits form? By sticking to repetition. Yes, being fit is difficult – but it’s not impossible. It merely starts with small steps and continuing those small steps until they evolve into bigger steps. Reading about being fit, without doing what it takes to get fit, is like wanting to write a book: the book will merely be a vague dream until you start writing.
The world is full of lazy dreamers. You are not one of them. You are not one of the average sheeple who merely sit on life’s sidelines, hoping for a difference in their life that will never come. You are different. Start making the change today – start now. I believe in you.
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