What you can do to stop wasting time at the gym
Guys, it is crunch time. Yes, almost swimsuit, shorts, tank top and sundress season. I know many of us have been trying to stay true to our fitness goals and have been hitting the gym regularly with hopes of being more fit than we were the day before
For those who have practically been making the gym a second home, how's it working out for you? Are you feeling productive and getting your desired results? Or do you feel like things could go a whole lot better productivity-wise?
Here are some ways we can stay focused and maximize our gym time:
Chill with the selfiesI know you all are cursing me under your breath right now, but seriously, some of us are doing the absolute most with full-out photo shoots on the treadmill! Instead, try snapping a pre/post-workout photograph and keep the distractions at a minimum
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Don't talk about it, be about itThis is a hard truth. So many talk a good game, but so few actually follow through. Sure, it's nice to post cute gym selfies and all of your meal prep ideas, but be sure to put in the actual work. I guarantee you that people will be checking for your progress the next time they come in contact with you – you did put it out there!
Make sure you're equipped and have a planHaving the right gear is half the battle. Invest in the proper workout clothes, as well as a few pieces to add to your comforts, such as weight gloves to prevent calluses, headphones to tune out the noise, a water bottle, sweat towel and the all-important playlist
Not only is the proper equipment essential, but it's important to have a plan of action (ex. Mondays - cardio, Tuesdays - weight training, etc.). There are tons of ideas available online to help get you started on your solo gym workout