A lot has been said about the benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle and exercising. Usually we recommend to workout at least once or twice a week, but this is only for when you start working out. In time, you should exercise more often. And eventually, you should strive to practice every day. When you only at the beginning of taking care of your body and mind, working out daily may sound intimidating, but the more you’ll work out, the faster you’ll realize how great it is for you and you will wonder how come you haven’t dedicate yourself to it before. So, here’s why you should work out daily and how.
Built up Your Strength
Physical fitness built gradually and not in one day. Meaning, each day you should work out harder and each week you should add another workout, until you fill your entire week with one practice each day. Working out daily too soon and too fast, can cause damage to your body, as it can overload your muscles and the high difficulty might also break your spirit and it will lead you to giving up way too soon. And the worst part about it, will be the fact that you will give up on something you are surely capable of doing, should you only do it right. So, make sure you allow your strength to grow and do not overdo it.
A Different Workout for Each Day of the Week
Another thing to encourage you to work out every day is to plan a different work out for each day of the week. Meaning, don’t plan the same type of a workout for your entire week. Additionally, you can mix up the environment in which you practice and even the company of who you’re working out with. For example: you can have two workouts at the gym with a personal trainer, two workouts outdoors with a friend or a family member, two workouts at home by yourself, and one workout at the beach or at park, running with your dog. The more you’ll vary your workout routine, the more motivated you’ll get to complete it.
Not Only Traditional Workouts Count
One more thing to remember – not only traditional workouts count. Meaning, you can also choose an activity that is fun or simply a part of your daily routine and only do it differently. For example: if you live in a building you can choose to take the stairs instead of the elevator at least for one day of the week.