Sport: No more excuses

The job was so stressful! The weather is bad! I still have a mountain laundry to iron! – Who does not know, all these excuses when it comes to a gym appointment or a running lesson? Eighty percent of women want to live more actively, but only about fifteen percent manage to move regularly at least one hour a week. Our inner bastard – meaning our laziness and comfort – tries to keep us from doing so. But he is not invincible! We give tips on how to (re) discover your motivation to sport and have put together the most popular excuses plus convincing counter arguments! Today it is too cold to run!
Not correct. There is no bad weather, only bad clothing. Dress yourself accordingly. Ideal is a warm, windproof and breathable functional clothing made of synthetic fibers, which conducts perspiration from the inside to the outside. Avoid cotton – it absorbs sweat, sticks to the wet body and cools down the organism. This can lead to a cold! I'm too tired after work!
As soon as the body starts to move, your fatigue disappears on its own. After a hard day's work, you can really pump out and let off steam while exercising. You'll notice how well you feel. Another alternative would be to run a round in the morning before the job or do yoga exercises. Try this once! The workday then begins quite differently and is often perceived as less stressful. Today is my favorite series!
Then put your training in the living room in front of the TV. Instead of grabbing the chip bag, make a sofa workout. So you stay fit and do not miss anything from your series. I prefer to spend my free time with my partner!
Then just plan to join him in the sporting activity! That's how you motivate each other. If the partner is an absolute sporty muff, you can take a long walk together after the job. Little exercise is still better than no exercise. If you both prefer couch potatoes and reluctantly leave the house, a Nintendo Wii Sports console could help. With this you have combined several sports like tennis, baseball, bowling, golf or boxes in the living room. Sport brings me nothing!
I have heavy bones and so weigh so much! Every child knows that losing weight and exercise go hand in hand. If you want to get slim, you have to consume more energy than was recorded. In sports, fat and muscle mass is built, so the scale often does not equal the hoped-for result. For that the belly circumference is visibly reduced and the silhouette defined. And that's what it's all about! Because belly fat is not only unsightly, but also contributes to increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Heavy bones are a nurse's tale. Man has more than 200 bones, but they are amazingly light. They make up about twelve percent of the total body weight. If two people are the same size, but have different body weight, certainly not the bones are to blame! I do not know which sport suits me!
Think back to your childhood. Were you a water rat then or would you like to skate? Then you will probably enjoy inline skating or swimming again today. Dancing is also an efficient training. Many centers offer free taster courses. Sport is exhausting!
That does not have to be! Do not think about pull-ups, but yoga and relaxed cycling. You do not need to be a competitive athlete – it's all about moving your muscles. The positive attitude to physical activity is the key to success. Seeing your training as part of your pastime – like cinema, shopping or eating – is much easier.