Feeling vibrant often means thinking positively, being fitter and looking our best.
Well I’ve got good news.
You do not have to force yourself to over train or push yourself excessively with long boring workouts, to improve your vitality.
It’s hard to believe that it is 2020 and people continue to knock themselves out with long gym workouts and torturous cardio regimes that they clearly do not enjoy.
The pace of our modern lives, has us going non-stop from sunup to sunset, the last thing your heart wants is excessive strain on a daily basis.
Think of it this way – your heart wants you to be as calm as possible, as often as possible. So that when dramatic stress does arise, it can deal with it and provide you with a strong fast cardiac output.
Is it a good idea to strengthen your heart to respond to such stresses? Yes. Can you do this with short, sharp effective workouts. Yes. Remember; short and sharp means:
Higher demands can be placed on the cardiovascular system for heart strength gains.
Higher demands can be placed on the musculoskeletal system for lean muscle / fat loss gains.
After all, those two things are what most people are exercising for…. yes they want better health, yes they want improved cholesterol, yes they want to prevent heart disease, etc. but when we are honest…they mostly want to feel better and look better in the mirror.
1) Get strong. Be Strong. Stay strong. Perform some heavy lifts, lasting for 40-50 seconds, followed by 60 seconds rest a few times a week. After a warm up, a total workout time of only 20 minutes (including rest periods) will do the trick.
2) Boosting your daily activity levels will play a significant role when it comes to dropping body fat, your health and your vitality. You cannot rely on workouts alone!
This week I encourage you to lift heavy and gain specific knowledge on how to improve your life from the worlds greatest personal development mentor, Bob Proctor. Join me this weekend on his live stream. Yes there will be a replay!
Remember, creating Healthy Richuals can be challenging – yet they always pay off in the long run. Have a brilliant week and let me know how you get on. Stay strong and think well!