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Strength Yoga Workout for Beginners
- May 18, 2021
- Posted by: Carolina Vivas
- Category: flowlift news
Out of the 45 percent of people who make fitness resolutions each year only about eight percent actually succeed. So why do people quit on their fitness goals? Hey, we get it, life is hectic and there is no accountability or consequences for quitting. On top of that you get bored of every strength yoga workout you’ve ever tried and you shoot too high on the expectations, especially when you’re first starting out. So now that we’re nearing the middle of the year, let’s go over how you can get back on track.
Start Off Slow with LiteLIFT Classes
Giving up is easy and making excuses is to be expected, but you have to try harder if you want to see big changes in your life. Our FlowLIFT classes our tough, and we know that you have to be at a certain level of fitness to do them, which is why we launched the LiteLIFT series. These classes are created with beginners in mind, which means doing simpler moves, less reps, and using lighter weights. The LiteLIFT strength yoga workout classes will give you many of the same benefits as the regular class without the pressure of having to go as fast as the teacher. We know that starting a new workout program is difficult, and we want you to feel more comfortable by doing with the LiteLIFT classes. These sequences are also great on those days that you just want to take it easier!
Tips for Sticking with Our Strength Yoga Workout Program
It’s no secret that when we are healthier we are happier. Being healthy has many components. It means exercising regularly, trying to eat healthy most of the time, practicing positive thinking, and refraining from doing harmful things to ourselves and others. Making a commitment to yourself, get yourself an accountability partner, and don’t expect changes overnight. Do all of this and you will greatly increase your chances of sticking with your goal. Don’t let the ego tell you that it’s too hard or that you can’t do it. Those are falsehoods that evenly lead to quitting. Stay positive, set short, attainable goals, and stop comparing yourself to others. Keep a journal, reward yourself for every full week of completed classes, and don’t forget to feel grateful for your body.
Rome Wasn’t Built In a Day
Most people want results fast, but they’re not willing to do the work. Be mindful and honest about your efforts and correct any falls off the wagon. Our goal is to do three FlowLIFT and two yoga classes per week. That’s what we have observed to be the magic recipe for keeping us strong, healthy and happy. Consistency is key. Make yourself a promise: Take care of yourself first so you can be a better mother/friend/partner/co-worker. Invest in your health and remember that the benefits of a strength yoga workout program far exceed just the physical ones.
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