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Why a personal fitness plan is necessary to see workout results
December 8, 2021 at 7:00 AM
Why a personal fitness plan is necessary to see workout results

Finding a workout routine that fits your goals, body type, and schedule can be challenging. Unfortunately, these are all necessary parts to seeing results with your workouts. At Bmorefitbody POSSE, we can help with all of these things by assisting you in putting together a personal fitness plan. You’ll find that your plan brings better results than what you were getting before having a structure to your exercise. If you’re not sure about creating a fitness plan, we have five great reasons why you should.

Creates consistency and structure

One of the essential parts of getting results from your workouts is consistency. Getting in one or two workouts a week isn’t going to be enough to keep your body burning calories. Your body will also make necessary changes to adapt to your new activity level. Inconsistent workouts won’t give your body enough time to change.

In addition to providing consistency, your fitness plan will also give structure to your workouts. Rather than going to the gym, picking up a few weights, then hitting the treadmill for a few minutes, you’ll have a plan before you get to the gym each day. The structure of a plan saves you time and energy at the gym, so you never have to decide what to do next.

Prevents over or under-training

Structure in your workouts is important beyond saving yourself time at the gym. Doing random lifts and exercises without targeting certain areas of your body can lead to muscle pulls and other injuries that you could have easily prevented. Furthermore, you have a plan to avoid over or under-training. While you should push yourself to reach new fitness levels, over-exertion can cause injuries that make it difficult to stick with your routine. In contrast, under-training will slow your progress, which can be frustrating and make you want to quit. Your personal fitness plan will help you find the balance you need.

Avoid burnout

Your workout routine can start to feel like just that: routine. It’s easy to get burnt out when you’re doing the same thing over and over again, so it gets harder to get to the gym. Your fitness plan makes it easy to mix up your gym routine. Once you start to feel like what you’re doing is monotonous, you’ll change things up and start doing it differently. Changes in your routine will help prevent burnout so you can stay consistent.

Helps set and achieve goals

There’s nothing wrong with going to the gym because you want to be healthy. However, it’s crucial to have something to work toward. Your goals can be something as simple as wanting to run a mile in a specific time, wanting to hit a target weight for lift, or reaching a number on the scale. Whatever you want to achieve, set goals and create a plan to get there.

You’re unique

No two people are the same, so it only makes sense for everyone to have different fitness plans. You can talk with friends about what’s been working for them as far as their gym routine, but there’s a chance that you won’t get the same results. Your personal fitness plan considers your nutrition plan, physical limitations with chronic injuries or medical conditions, body type, and a variety of other factors to ensure that you see the results you want.

Contact us to start

Don’t put off creating a personal fitness plan another day; get in touch with us at Bmorefitbody POSSE to get started. Our team can help you identify your goals and create a comprehensive plan to get there. Give us a call at 443-418-4242 or send a message using our contact form.

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