1. Introduce yourself and make some friends
These workouts are hard even if you’re in shape. It is not only going to be physically challenging but mentally as well. However, you won’t be the only one and the class environment is a great way to create accountability. Introduce yourself, get to know some people, make and friend and you will find out their struggles are just like yours.
2. Study the proper way to move and focus on quality over quantity
99% of us are working out to improve our quality in life. Thing like being able to keep up with our kids, chase our grand kids or just do something physical and not feel like you’re going to keel over. Getting hurt isn’t going to keep us on track. There are a ton of resources online that you can use to understand movements. Spend a few minutes the night before on your device and study it. It will pay off in the long run
3. Expect to be sore
Yes, this activity will challenge you and make you sore; however, it will be the right kind of sore. There are things you can do to help alleviate the soreness and will only take a few minutes. Get warm, stretch out or grab a roller before or after class. If you’re not sure how to do it, ask your coaches for a few pointers, they will be happy to help. Even a few minutes a day will make you feel better.
4. Listen to your body
Consistency is a key to reaching your goals but it is ok to take a day off when you’re just not feeling good. This will help both physically and mentally. Your body has a way of letting you know what it needs to don’t ignore it. It will pay off in the long run.
5. Change your eating habits
Less sugar, processed food and alcohol will make you feel better in the box and will help keep you on track for your goals. Sometimes this can sound complicated or even impossible with all the stresses of everyday life but even slight modifications over time will pay off. There are a lot of resources out there or right in the box to help so don’t be afraid of this as it’s may be one of the most important on here to improving our quality of life. You can’t out train a bad diet.