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Principles Of Fitness

Quick, when you hear the word Fitness, what comes to mind? Countless hours in the gym maybe? Pumping iron and vitamin supplements? While this may be what is considered the norm for many when it comes to defining fitness, the truth is fitness requires only 3 main principles no matter what exercise routine you undertake. It is interesting that fitness is not just about physical activity, but includes the nutritional diet you observe, as well as all aspects of a healthy life style.

So in the world of fitness, if only 3 principles apply to both what we eat and what we physically do, what are the 3 principles? Why don’t we take a closer look at the answer to that question, and be sure to take notes, because it’s quite engaging knowing the truth about fitness.

The first principle is variety. On a nutritional level variety is essential. The way our bodies work and function requires many nutrients and vitamins. These nutrients help to keep the body healthy, help in the process of development, and help in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The trick is though, that no one food or food group has all of the necessary aspects. Thus variety will be necessary. Eating a variety of foods will ensure a good sense of fitness.

Tip: You should not lift weights for more than an hour at a time. Muscle wasting will begin after an hour of lifting weights.

Now when it comes to working out variety will be a necessary step as well. You see, if you were to work out solely one part of your body frequently it is no question that physical fatigue is to set in. You may also have issues in being proportional and physically sound. Whereas if you were to include a workout with a variety of muscle groups, and workouts, this would ensure an overall physical fitness level.

The second principle is balance. Balancing the food you eat can potentially be difficult, but is an important step in fitness and can not be overlooked. For example eating too little can leave your body devoid of nutrients and lacking proper health necessary for good functioning and development. On the other side of the scale overeating can obviously lead to problems in excess weight and other health issues.

Balance will even be necessary in the workout program of your choice. Most feel a non-stop workout day after day is good. However rest is vital. If you were to workout continually and not allow your body to rest, you would potentially keep it without necessary recuperation time, and healing. Studies show that rest is almost as important as the workout itself.

The last principle is fun. If you enjoy what you are doing then it is not really work. Its fun. So when choosing a workout routine, be sure you enjoy it, and in your diet of choice make sure you like it. So all in all it simply doesn’t matter which type of workout you choose, nor which diet, because if you make sure to include variety, balance, and fun it will truly help you in your personal fitness.

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