Unlock Your Fitness Potential: Tips for Crafting Your Perfect Exercise Plan

Are you ready to kickstart your fitness journey but not sure where to begin? Crafting an effective exercise plan is crucial for reaching your fitness goals and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Whether you're aiming to lose weight, build muscle, or improve overall wellness, having a well-thought-out strategy can make all the difference. In this guide, we'll explore 15 essential tips to consider when creating your exercise plan, helping you design a regimen that's both effective and enjoyable. Setting Goals Establish Clear Objectives Before diving into any exercise routine, take the time to define your goals clearly. Whether it's shedding a few pounds, running a marathon, or simply feeling more energized, having specific objectives will guide your journey and keep you motivated along the way. Make sure your goals are SMART: specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. Knowing Your Why Understanding your personal motivations for wanting to get fit is equally

Personal growth/Start of training

Over the years I have been, what can we call it, semi-active in several different sports and physical activities.

List of sports

  • Soccer

  • Curling

  • Hockey

  • Martial Arts (Bujinkan budo taijutsu)

  • Floorball

The only sports/activities that I like and tried to stick with was hockey and martial arts. Now martial arts I don't even know why I stopped with it, hockey there I was unlucky and lazy, the team I played in dissolved and I could not find a new team that I liked (I was also kind of shy and that did not help when trying to get friends in new teams).

Now years later after much time and I guess you can call it "growth" I regret that I did not stick with the sports that I liked and pushed myself harder to stick with them. I like to push my self in training and see how far I can go and that is why I started training this year again and that is one of the reasons I started this blog, to keep track of the training, share my experience in life and with the training.

I started to train again this year (early March I think) and started hard, I got 6 days of training each week and one day of rest.
The plan was to write this when I started to train and keep this as a training log, but life got in the way and family stuff, and I also did not know how to start and what people would think, but I now decided to just do it, so this is the start of this blog.

Now to clarify, I'm not an expert in any of these subjects, what I write here will only reflect my options on the subjects and may change over time when I learn more or get more information about the subjects.

Second reason

There is a second reason for starting this blog, and that is to open up and share more about myself, I have over the year noticed that I don't share anything about myself that is not related to what we do at that time or the location I'm at, so at work or the bar, I will not share anything about myself unless people ask about it and that has constructed a wall between me and other people and most people I know don't know that much about me, so this is to try and change that behavior.

And for the end, I will leave you with this happy kid (My son)


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