I am back with part 2 of workout for beginners at home!
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Workouts at home are never exciting for beginners. We often are lazy or perhaps are not motivated enough. Through Life Is Transformation, you will have insights and tips on workout routines, diet and a lot more. With the onset of December, a lot of you guys tend to give a little attention to the growing waistline or the bulging beer belly.
Let’s admit that every single one of you wants to be in the best shape possible and more often than not hit a roadblock because the gym memberships are expensive. A lot of you have work timings which do not permit you to squeeze in 45 minutes of your day to visit the gym.
Working out at home is one of the easiest ways to get your fitness goals giving. No need to worry about any fancy pieces of equipment or expensive workout gear because I am here to give you all beginners some easy to do exercise at home which requires nothing more than a bag or a bottle of soda.
Watch the video below where I will be showing you 4 simple workouts which you can do at home without any pieces of equipment!!
How often do you hear people advising you on the amount of protein supplements one should or should not consume? In my case, I hear this every other day. People usually are afraid of things which they don’t fully understand and that is why end up giving suggestions based on what they hear.
That shit is going to give you kidney stones.
Don’t consume so much of protein.
There is a lot of material out on the internet about this subject matter. However, one fails to understand the need of protein powders or supplements in day to day use for someone who works out 5 days a week. It is recommended to consume protein immediately post workout as our broken down muscle fibers require the ammunition to rebuild them. This is the time when our bodies can absorb the protein quickly and push out the amino acids to repair the fibers.
Proteins -The Primary Building Blocks
Proteins are an important building block for skin, blood, muscles, cartilage, and bones.
It’s required for muscle repairs and recovery
Our bodies require proteins to make hormones and enzymes.
Do I recommend protein supplements for beginners?
If you have recently taken gym membership, you must have noticed that your trainer or gym buddy will ask you to purchase protein powders. After you complete two to three weeks of working out. They will even go out of the way to show you how these protein powders will be effective on you and start yielding out results for you too.
I am of the opinion that if you are a beginner, you should first get used to the workout schedule. Try to then increase your protein intake gradually from the food you eat. Start with Egg whites, chicken or amarnath, quinoa for the vegetarian friends of mine.
Once you have settled into a rhythm say approximately 3 months into your workout regime, that is when you should think about opting for protein supplements. Take a look at the different types of proteins one can consume.
Gym Memberships are tricky.Let me not beat around the bush and come straight to the point I want to express here. Like the many of us, I too have taken gym memberships with zest and zeal to make a turn around in my life. This has happened with each one of us at some or the other point in our lives – We watch a film in which the hero undergoes a transformation from being zero to hero in less than 2 hours, we read about and see images of the sportsmen we idolize and we keep saying to ourselves,”I also want to look like this ”
Mind Set at Gyms
A few years back, there was a concept that gyms are meant only for cardio and not weights! This was my initial impression as a new gym member.
There was this general mindset of the people at large, I too, unfortunately, was of this opinion.
At the age of 19, I enrolled at a local gym only for cardio. All I did was walked on that stupid machine for 35 odd minutes.Have sweat all over me and feel happy that I did something. This routine went on for 20 odd days and boom my body gave up. More than body giving up, it was the precarious situation of getting used to a set routine.
That’s where it struck me that this is not my cup of tea. I will rather diet and manage the food intake than walk on the treadmill. This was the beginning of many firsts to come in years which followed. There is no exaggeration here. I must have literally joined 7 gyms and worked out for first 10 odd days till i turned 25.
I am 31, with a complete turn around in my mindset, and a new approach towards exercise and body building. Mind you this will give you a new approach to look at life as well. I thought of writing down these thoughts as every day I see older versions of mine at the gym who give up way to early. There’s lots more to come and I feel this is the right time for me to give back to the society and contribute. As little as I can towards making people believe in themselves.