How to increase productivity in life and in fitness
In the world of fitness, we often see people trying to lose weight or put on muscle. In these endeavors and many more it all comes down to two things:
- Do the smaller tasks first
- Be consistent every day
Although these are the overall goals you can focus on, we wanted to give you some fundamentals that will help you be your best :
Effective tips for greater productivity
- Staying hydrated throughout the day ( aim for 3+ Liters )
Waking up earlier ( Anytime before 7:30)
Going to bed at a consistent time
Making an effort to eat healthier food choices
Exercise a small amount each day
Keeping a journal of your thoughts and daily food choices
If you can implement these things into your daily routine, you will be guaranteed to be more productive throughout the daily. Even if you find it challenging to do them all, just doing a couple will yield good results.
Track your progress:
Get ready to make a significant amount of progress on your health and work goals in a very short amount of time. No shortcuts, you must be consistent.
When evaluating building muscle or losing weight, it’s important to track your food intake.
You’ll be able to understand better :
- Where your calories are coming from
- Why do you over-eat or under-eat
- How these variables affect your daily routine and life
Start by grabbing a pen and paper and begin to write down these things:
- The time you wake up
- What you drink and eat throughout the day
- What time do you exercise
- What time you go to sleep and what time you wake up
There’s a saying: What get measured, gets managed. Stay constant and you too will see results
To be able to determine your results, do this for 7 - 14 days By understanding your good and bad habits, you’ll have a better understanding of the areas you need to improve most. By developing these habits, you’ll see changes in many other areas of your life as well. Jot down in your journal at the end of every day for a few minutes is a great place to start to track your eating and health habits.
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