Don’t give up!
9 tips on how to continue to play sports with pleasure (when you want to quit)
The fact that many drop out of training before they see any results, there are a lot of reasons. I have identified 9 main reasons why there is a desire to quit, as well as the best ways to force yourself to exercise on.
There are many methods how to diversify the clas in physical culture. Changing exercises is not the worst yet not the best option. Let’s face it: in order to engage in a new type of exercise, it will take a lot of time and effort. If you are a sports life is nothing new or you returned to school after a long break, the probability to drop out of training to
achieve visible results is very high. And the fact that changes happen, and you don’t notice. Once you have decided to live a healthy lifestyle, the changes are obvious — it’s more of a psychological change than physical. And from the very first leson changes occur in your body, which you don’t even notice. Significant improvements are seen after 4-8 weeks, so hang in there desired result in one step from you.
1. Cardio activity is too difficult for a start
Not uncommon that newcomers are harased. But don’t give up, gradually increase your distance/time/intensity of training (2-5% per week), and after 6-8 weeks of regular cardio you will be tolerably well to translate the spirit.
2. At first, you may be muscle pain.
After 3-4 workouts the pain subsides, no matter whether you do strength training, or cardio. You will not have that sharp pain, which could indicate an injury.
Tell your doctor if:
• the pain is worse;
• the pain becomes sharp;
• lowered immunity (the incidence of colds and sore throats);
• irritability and moodines;
• mild depresion;
• los of interest in sports, which involved;
• los of appetite or, conversely, the appearance of brutal appetite;