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5 habits of fitness buffs

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Fitness Buffs

Fitness Buffs

Getting in shape isn’t just a short-term goal. You should make healthy living a lifestyle choice. Putting in effort for your well-being is always time well spent. Within weeks, you’ll find that you exude energy and feel more confident. Here are five habits of fitness buffs.

1. They create space for working out
Even during the most hectic weeks, health nuts make it a point to squeeze in a run or do some crunches. A short workout is better than no workout at all. Make a conscious effort to get your daily fix of running, walking and strength training.

2. They invest in the right tools
Runners find top-notch shoes because they know proper gear is the vehicle they need to meet fitness goals. Whatever your sport of choice is, invest in the proper equipment. A BABY-G white series, pink series or black series watch pairs well with a healthy lifestyle. It’s shock-resistant, water-resistant and stylish. You can wear it to the gym or out to dinner, making it easy to transition from sporty to trendy.

3. They don’t set impossible goals
Some fitness enthusiasts like to test their boundaries, but remember, most people who sign up for a marathon have been in the fitness game for at least a decade. It’s great if you like to set big goals, so long as they don’t stifle you.

4. They focus on the benefits of food
Fitness buffs eat with a purpose. They view food as fuel that will help them tackle a tough running course or challenging yoga pose. Start paying attention to what you put in your body because it does affect your overall performance.

In addition to preparing the right snacks before and after a workout, you should be mindfully eating throughout the day. That gigantic donut might be tasty in the moment, but it can slow you down later on.

According to Health.com, iron impacts energy levels. When you’re contemplating what sides you’ll make for lunch, try lentils, spinach and beans, as they’re all great sources of iron.

5. They make fitness a social activity
Whether you’re into running, tennis or swimming, consider inviting friends to join you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle. In fact, working out in a group might even boost your fitness. Active.com explained that team activities motivate people to get up for a 5 a.m. workout. Let accountability help you through the toughest days.

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