Women’s fitness is all about getting better, stronger and faster. As you master the complexities of each exercise that you do, it is important that you strive to make it a little bit more difficult as you go along. This can mean adding weights, increasing repetitions, or mixing up your routines with circuit training. All of these will increase your stamina and endurance to help you move and improve your fitness to a new level.
Climbing to the next level of fitness will certainly provide plenty of physical changes. But it will also bring forth changes in the way you think, too. I’m talking about having more confidence in everything that you do. This new way of thinking will show in the way you handle yourself, the way you walk and talk.
First off, what is your target? What do you hope to achieve? Without this vital information you will never know if you have reached the goal. Successful people choose a target and then take aim. They decide where they want to go, formulate a plan to get there and then stay focused on their goal until they taste success.
Reaching your next level of fitness works the same way. That’s why keeping a fitness journal is so instrumental. Writing your goals out will help to keep you focused for success. Remember to log everything into your journal, even notes about your muscle soreness and any other pain or discomfort you have when exercising.
If you are looking for advanced exercises, check out my Exercise section and notice the Take it to the Next Level or Advance examples. You can add more weights, advance on the ball, or increase repetitions. These moves will build muscles naturally to show off your incredibly sexy feminine curves.
Will you need to spend more time with your workout? Perhaps thirty minutes is not long enough to accomplish all the exercises and cardio activities that you have planned. Be sure to record your start and finish times in your journal. The time of day that you exercise and how you feel afterward will give you a good indication of your energy level at that hour.
As you progress with your fitness routine, reassess your short-term and long-term goals. Reward yourself for a job well done and use your journal to record just how great you feel.