Shore­line Leisure’s top tips to start train­ing in 2015

Bray People - - KEEP FIT -

AS Jan­uary sets in it seems that ev­ery­one wants to get fit­ter and health­ier for the New Year.

For the gen­eral pop­u­la­tion it is rec­om­mended that ev­ery­one spends at least a half an hour a day or 3 and half hours a week en­gag­ing in some form of vig­or­ous ac­tiv­ity. This means tak­ing the stairs in­stead of the lift, tak­ing a ba­sic walk up to a light jog, play­ing a game of foot­ball in­stead of on the Xbox ba­si­cally any­thing that gets the heart pump­ing. Ex­er­cis­ing typ­i­cally isn’t dif­fi­cult to get into, it just needs ef­fort that comes from you. Our big­gest piece of ad­vice is to stop think­ing about it, just do it! Start to­day, take that first step to a health­ier life­style.

So any­one look­ing to start to­day here’s a few tips to get you on your way.

Top Tips for Train­ing:

Have a plan be­fore you ex­er­cise and stick to it Invest in good suit­able train­ing es­sen­tials (ie. Run­ners, Swimming Suits, bike etc) In­door train­ing for be­gin­ners to start off with can be quite ben­e­fi­cial as it al­lows you to train in a su­per­vised en­vi­ron­ment Mo­ti­va­tional Mu­sic Train reg­u­larly and train specif­i­cally (train spe­cific to your in­di­vid­ual goal) Stretch dur­ing and after ex­er­cise (post warmup and when you have fin­ished your train­ing) Stay Hy­drated – Wa­ter, wa­ter and more wa­ter Rest and Re­cov­ery to al­low the body to adapt and re­cover Chart your progress and your mi­nor set­backs (your set­backs will teach you were to make im­prove­ments) So what are you wait­ing for? Let’s take the first step to a health­ier life­style.

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