Improving Your Fitness? There's No Time Like The Present | Stephen Coleclough
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Improving Your Fitness? There’s No Time Like The Present

Improving Your Fitness? There’s No Time Like The Present

There’s no time like the present when it comes to improving your fitness, even though it may be a lot more tempting to keep putting things off again and again.

It’s true that the hardest part of a new fitness regime or fitness journey is getting started, which is why a lot of people find themselves struggling to take the first step.

We’ve all been there, wanting to make a change but not having the motivation to do so.

After all, isn’t it better to get started today than tomorrow?

It’s definitely better to get started today then next week, or next month or next year.

Why should you improve your fitness today?

It doesn’t matter whether you’ve never paid any attention to your fitness before or you’re someone who works out regularly, there’s no better time to make improvements.

Improvements come in all shapes and sizes, such as increasing the amount of exercise you do or starting a new workout entirely.

If you start today, you’ll soon be able to look back and marvel at just how far you’ve come.

Whether that’s in terms of losing weight, toning up or training for an event.

However, the longer you leave getting started the longer you’ll be waiting to see those results.

We can all agree that it’s a lot easier to plan the fitness improvements that you’re going to make, than actually making them.

It’s a lot easier to sit on the sofa, write a list of what you want to achieve and note down the different ways in which you can achieve them.

Sadly, this won’t make a difference physically.

Unless you kick start things and make the effort to begin, you’ll be left with fitness goals and no results.

This is why there’s no time like the present.

When it comes to fitness, motivation comes and goes; it happens to everyone.

So, when you are feeling motivated and keen to make a change, you should take this as a sign to start.

You don’t know when this motivation will subside, leaving you unwilling to do anything.

Once you have started to improve your fitness, you’ll soon find yourself in a routine and the results will follow.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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