You made a decision to lose weight and live healthier but after a few weeks of working out and changing your diet, you still haven’t seen any meaningful results. Your enthusiasm is winding down and you’re starting to wonder if what you’re doing is going to work at all.
Here are some common mistakes you may be making and that may be affecting your process and how to fix them:
- Not having a goal
Defining specific goals for your physical activity is vital. Make sure your objectives are easy to measure, relevant and attainable. You will see that once you make it, you’ll be able to set new ones and you’ll feel more accountable for your progress. How about joining the X4ever Challenge to make one?
- Skipping warm-up
Getting your blood flowing and your muscles ready before any workout is necessary, not only to perform better but to avoid injury. Make it easy by spending some minutes moving around before actually starting the hard part of your workout. A few jumping jacks, arm circles, lunges, and squats will get you ready for activity.
- Malnourishing your body
Giving your body the nutrients it needs to perform and recover is key, but so is the quality of the ingredients of the supplements you consume. Avoiding peptide hormones, stimulants, diuretics or narcotics help you lead a healthy nutrition, and beverages accredited by the LGC as free of banned substances like OGX FENIX™ will give you the nutrients you need without risking your performance or health.
- Not getting enough sleep
We cannot emphasize enough on this point! Recovering is an important part of your routine and it is scientifically proven that lack of sleep may mess up your weight loss goals and metabolism.
Moving forward with your fitness goals should not be a problem once you take the right path with ORGANO!
Founded in 2008 as Organo Gold, ORGANO™ is dedicated to bringing the benefits of the earth’s nutritional riches to people throughout the world via its premium products that can be used daily to help to achieve a more energetic and healthier lifestyle.