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How to Motivate Yourself to Workout

You may hate it, but there is no point in denying that exercise is good for you. It gives you endorphins. It helps prevent diseases in the long term. It helps you clear your mind. It helps relieve stress. It helps you regulate your sleep. However, getting up and actually working out is often harder than the workout itself. How do you motivate yourself?


How To Create A Workout Plan

It can be quite tough to find time for exercise especially when you have a jam packed schedule and you are not used to working out. Exercise is important for your health and wellness so you really have to find time to do some exercise even if it’s just for 10 minutes each day. A 10 minute workout is enough but if you can insert a 30 minute workout each day, then it’s even better. Once you find the time to workout, simply decide how and where you will workout. Create a workout routine and also a fitness plan if possible because you will only get the best results if you combine a good workout with a healthy diet.


What to Eat Before a Workout

There are days when you feel a lot of energy when working out and then there are also those days when you just feel so tired and don’t have enough energy to spare. This may be caused by your food intake before working out.


What To Eat After A Workout

It seems almost everyone in this world has his/her own opinion when it comes what to eat after a workout. Some would say about the best post workout food being all carbs, while others prefer a post workout protein menu. And believe it or not, there are those who think munching on gummy bears is ideal.


Top Exercises To Tone Your Butt

Some of the hottest celebrities in Hollywood have it. The Kardashian-Jenners have it. Rihanna flaunts hers like a diamond in the sky. It’s one of Queen Bey’s most prized possessions – along with her AMAZING body, of course! Rumor has it that Jennifer Lopez, one of the sexiest living creatures to ever walk the planet, had hers insured for a few million dollars. Gasp!