Advice is excellent to have when learning how to make workout routines better. Some are more open to it than others; however, it is important to have an open mind.
One will discuss how to improve when exercising, so that you can get the most of out it.
And doing it first is extra important because — I don’t know about you but with me — if I don’t do something first, then it’s much more likely to not happen. Like, if I do an awesome Zumba class, I’m probably not going to bust out thrusters after. I’m going to grab a smoothie and head home. But if I did 20 thrusters before Zumba? Well, then I’d just be warmed up and feeling extra proud of myself for working on something I’d like to improve.
Basically, if you have the habit of going to the gym down and want to take things to the next level, you need to not just do the stuff you want to do. Of course still do that (that stuff is awesome, yo!), but begin starting your workout with the thing that’s the hardest or with the thing that you stink at and want to get better at. This may not be the thing you love to do. In fact, you may hate this thing. (I’m looking at you wall ball and running fast.) But, in order for you to be better at it and love it (ever notice that you love the stuff you’re good at and dislike the stuff you’re not good at?), you gotta work at it.
But, if you’re someone who has been working out for awhile and you want to get fitter — faster, stronger, more agile or just kick ass in a way you never have before — here’s one piece of advice I want you to take to heart: work on the thing you want to improve first.
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