Following My Passions

{December 17, 2015}   Happy Warrior Wednesdays!!

Good evening all,

What an incredible day it was to get your morning started with a workout especially in this cold wintery weather! Sometimes I know how it can be difficult to get up and get started on your day because you do not want to leave the comfty warm bed. However, you have a vision or goals in mind whether it is fitness or to conquer anything that stands in your way. That passion that ignites inside you to conquer the day is the feeling you need all the time to conquer an exercise plan, for instance, that is new to you because you definitely have to believe in yourself to finish no matter if you are having a slow start or a fast start. There are many people from all ages that have special needs when it comes to adopting an exercise routine.

For instance, my grandpa’s style of workout is to take a walk and enjoy nature but picking up weights is not a good idea since his bones are rather fragile in this case. Based on many trends that I have seen having a healthy lifestyle enhances longevity, therefore, it is good to use alternative workouts according to what each person is capable with their abilities to accomplish. Another thing to mention is before getting into a tough workout plan that will guarantee results, you must also keep in mind any injuries you may have so you do not exert yourself. It is important to know how your body works and how far are you willing to push yourself to the limit. When it becomes a routine and you miss one day it feels like you are missing something that made you feel good. The next day you wake up wanting to conquer the workout like a beast. Topped off with a good workout, you must never forget to eat healthy as well because if you want flat abs, they are made in the kitchen.

Now, let’s dive in to the Wednesday workout I found on Pinterest:

Warmup always to stretch all your muscles.

  • 90 Jumping Jacks
  •  20 Tricep Dips
  • 10 Sit-Ups
  • 30 Bird Dogs
  • 30 sec Plank
  • 30 Squats
  • 15 Incline Push-Ups
  • 40 Crunches
  • 10 Oblique Crunches (each side)
  • 20 Standing Calf Raises

Cool down to make sure you slow down your heart rate and get to a more relaxed state.

As a result, I am feeling amazing after a great workout and my endorphins are running wild. This could happen quite often and trust me you become a crazy multi-tasker on all your to do lists. This is why morning workouts are essential to handle your rise and grind. Yoga is also a great way to stretch out your muscles after a hard workout to leave your mind at peace and you sleep like a baby. It is good to be self-motivated to do a workout but if you need help or that push, it is always a good idea to have a friend to workout. For a workout partner, it is important that you focus not on the gossip but on the workout at hand. It is very easy to lose focus when your workout partner talks to much, but it is up to you to say we can talk after. Remember to always surround yourself around people that lift you higher or support you on your goals.



Until next time inspirational leaders of today, tomorrow and the future.





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