[Episode 010] How to create a fitness routine that lasts

You can grab the workouts I mention in the podcast HERE.

Keeping an active lifestyle is a necessary component to feeling amazing naked…but it isn’t easy.

I get asked often…

“How are you so consistent?”

Truth is, it’s become part of my identity.  I love how amazing it makes me feel that I don’t want to feel any other way.

Just like food, there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to fitness.  So many different things work to produce the same outcome. Research supports that!

I am going to leave the research to those experts in the field. I do have favorites that I love to follow like Alan Argon, Bret Contreras, Andy Galpin, and Sohee Lee.  I highly encourage you to follow them to learn more about what “science” says about fitness and nutrition.

I am going to focus on what I think is the harder bar…making the workouts actually STICK.

What works best for you is finding something you love and that you will stick with!

I want you to create a routine/a system so that your fitness regime becomes part of your identity.

In this episode we dive into:

  • 5 Tips to help you create a fitness routine that lasts
  • Why you need to focus on systems over goals to establish a fitness routine
  • How to create an environment for success…that does mean your physical environment but also your self too.
  • How to shift your mindset into actually believing you are an “athlete,” or “runner” or “insert your goal identity here”
  • Why done is better than perfect when it comes to creating a fitness habit

Fitness is an evolution and a process..enjoy the ride!

If you struggle with squeezing in workouts some days, grab my 30 Easy at Home Workouts HERE.  It also includes a library of videos and modifications AND I am throwing my meal prep guide in as a BONUS.

Things I mentioned on the podcast:

Thunder Bro Training Guide

Renaissance Periodization Templates (for a more experienced lifter)

You can grab the workout guide I mention on the podcast HERE.

Books Mentioned:

Atomic Habits by James Clear

In amazingness,