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Table of Contents From Couch Potato to Fit & Healthy PLR eBook:

Introduction……………………………………………….. 4

Step #1 Setting Your Exercise Goals……………………………………………….. 5

Measurable Goals and Why They Matter……………………………………………….. 5

Step #2 Finding YOUR Motivation………………………………………………… 7

Accountability………………………………………………… 7

Event/Competition………………………………………………… 7

Data and Hard Numbers……………………………………………….. 7

Rewards……………………………………………….. 8

Vanity………………………………………………… 8

Because It’s on Your Schedule………………………………………………… 8

Money………………………………………………… 8

Step #3 Tracking Your Success……………………………………………….. 9

Step #4 Managing Failure………………………………………………… 11

Step #5 Overcoming Fear……………………………………………….. 13

What Are You Afraid Of?………………………………………………… 13

What Else Can You Do To Move Around Or Through Your Fears?……………………….. 13

Step #6 Accountability Assistance………………………………………………… 15

Step #7 The Power of Small Steps……………………………………………….. 16

Step # 8 Make Exercise a Daily Habit……………………………………………….. 18

Step #9 Beginner Exercise Programs to Consider……………………………………………….. 19

Conclusion………………………………………………… 20

 

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Step #1 Setting Your Exercise Goals

The goal initially is to get you off the couch and exercising on a daily basis. However, if you’re motivated by numbers or events, then something tangible can help. For example, you might decide to set a goal of:

  • Exercising for 20 minutes a day
  • Losing 3 pounds a week
  • Running a 5K
  • Reducing your blood pressure, cholesterol, or A1C blood sugar levels

You might have less tangible or measurable goals as well. For example:

  • Looking good in a swimsuit
  • Having more energy
  • Feeling confident in the gym

Stop right now and think about what you want to gain from exercising. You don’t have to write down any goals just yet. Just start thinking about what your goals might be and how you are motivated.

We’re going to talk about how to achieve exercise goals throughout this book and focus specifically on them in step seven. For now, just start getting an idea about what you might want to achieve. We’ll figure out how you’re going to achieve it as we work through the steps together.

Measurable Goals and Why They Matter

Are you familiar with the concept of SMART goals? These are goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time bound.

Here’s an example of the average goal a person sets – “I want to run a marathon.”

Great. That’s a good goal. Running a marathon may be the perfect incentive to get you off the couch and onto the trails or pavement and exercising. However, it’s a pretty vague goal and it makes it difficult to measure, track, and plan for.

Something better might be to say, “I want to complete a marathon in nine months.” This makes it a little bit more time bound, and because we know that a marathon is 26.2 miles now the goal is becoming more specific and measurable. Is it attainable? That depends on the person. There’s a difference between saying “I want to complete a marathon” and “I want to run a marathon.” There’s no pace or finish time in the goal so yes, it’s achievable.  Let’s take a look at another example of a typical goal.

“I want to start exercising.”

Okay, when are you going to start exercising, and how long are you going to exercise for? This goal is very vague and it’s one of the most common goals that people set.

How about, “I’m going to exercise for ten minutes every day”?

Or “I’m going to walk for ten minutes every day for six months and I’m starting today.”

That is measurable, achievable, and pretty specific. It’s also time bound.

So, you’re getting the idea. The goals that you set will be easier to measure, and to achieve, if you build in some specifics, deadlines, and parameters that are easy to track.

Start thinking about what you might want to do and how you might write that goal and let’s move onto the second step, which is finding your motivation.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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10,000 Steps Weight Loss DVD – 760 words

CAP Barbell Color Coated Hex Dumbbell – 582 words

I Love my Food and Exercise Journal – 779 words

PROGEAR 555LXT Magnetic Tension Recumbent Bike – 936 words

TreadLife Fitness Strider 1 – 734 words

 

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Adding More Movement to Your Day

This blog series may very well save your life.

In the least, it will get you to be more active, which will lead to short-term and long-term health benefits. One important study showed that sitting for extended periods of time can be as deadly as smoking cigarettes. A sedentary lifestyle can lead to overweight and obesity, which are linked to a shorter lifespan and multiple health problems.

There are plenty of reasons for being more physically active on a day-to-day basis.

Consistent physical movement has been proven to boost heart health and mental functioning. When your heart works better, your circulation improves. This means that healthy, oxygenated blood is pumped to every part of your body. This allows your skin, hair and nails to be as healthy, strong and young as possible. The same is true with all of your other organs and physiological processes, including your brain.

And if you think exercise is a dirty word like so many people do, groaning and making faces when you think about exercising, you need to use the first tip in this health boosting blog series to change the viewpoint.

Don’t Think Exercise, Think Physical Activity

You don’t have to adopt traditional exercise to improve your health dramatically. Anytime you are up and moving is better than sitting and being inactive, and both your mind and body benefit. While scheduling regular exercise every week can lead to impressive physical and mental health benefits, all you have to do is get up and moving more than you are sitting on a consistent basis to positively impact your health, especially if you currently lead a sedentary lifestyle.

 

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3 Best Types of Exercise for Sedentary People – 514 words

3 Everyday Activities That Can Improve Your Fitness – 419 words

3 Reasons Why Walking Makes Great Exercise if You’re Usually Sedentary – 542 words

3 Ways to Get More Active When You Work in an Office – 450 words

4 Tips for Working Out When You’re Embarrassed of Your Body – 413 words

5 Tips for Working Out When You Have No Motivation – 501 words

Do You Need to Visit Your Doctor Before Starting to Exercise Again? – 426 words

Finding Your Why for Getting Fit to Help You Stay Motivated – 549 words

Health Risks of a Sedentary Lifestyle – 442 words

How Much Physical Activity Do Adults Need to Stay Healthy? – 415 words

How to Combat Boredom When Exercising – 538 words

How to Exercise Even Though You’re Out of Breath Right Away – 630 words

How to Get Over Your Fear of Going to the Gym – 506 words

How to Prevent Your Thighs Rubbing When Exercising – 416 words

How to Set Reasonable Fitness Goals When You’re Totally out of Shape – 456 words

How to Spread Exercise Through a Busy Daily Routine – 546 words

The Link Between Fitness and Watching Television – 477 words

What Are NEAT Exercises and Why Do They Matter? – 514 words

What to Do When Your Body Hurts Every Time You Exercise – 443 words

Why A Sedentary Lifestyle Is Bad for Your Mental Health – 421 words

 

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3 Best Types of Exercise for Sedentary People

Most sedentary people are either overweight or obese; two-thirds of Americans fall into these two categories. To lose weight, two things must happen. One, eat a healthy low-calorie diet; two exercise. But the exercises must be at a moderate level and a mix of cardio (to burn calories and reduce bodyfat) and strength building (to build muscle and keep an increased burn of calories in the future).

1) Cardio

Overweight people generally have bad knees so high-impact exercises like running, tennis, etc. are usually not good choices. Instead focus on low impact sports like cycling, elliptical trainer and swimming. Set a goal of 150 minutes per week of cardio training at a moderate level; however when first starting out, do what you can until you are tired. Increase the number of minutes of activity each week as you grow stronger until at goal.

If you exercise five days per week, that is 30 minutes each day. This is the minimum amount recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Even three 10-minutes sessions per day count the same as one 30-minute session, so work it into your day the best way that fits your schedule.

2) Strength building

While cardio burns calories, strength building builds muscle. Not only will it help prevent osteoporosis, but also help rebuild joint stability by strengthening the stabilizing supporting muscles.

Start out with two sessions per week targeting the larger muscle groups both in the upper and lower body, such as the shoulders, arms, abs, back and legs. By working the large muscle groups, you get more “bang for your buck” for the time you invest.

As you get stronger, add in more sets and repetitions per set until you are doing three sets of 12 to 15 reps per exercise. Just make sure not to exercise the same muscle groups two days in a row.

3) Interval training

Interval training is a workout on steroids. Called HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), it is something that must be worked up to do. The way it works is you do an exercise at an intensity that is as fast as you can manage for 30 seconds. Then lower the intensity down to moderate or less for twice that time … so for 1 minute. Then go as fast as you can again for 30 seconds. Continue this exercise cycle for as you can.

Don’t be surprised if you are totally spent in less than 10 minutes. Try to work up to longer times both at the high and low intensity phases, keeping the same 1:2 ratio.

Interval training can be applied to both cardio and strength training workout routines and is one of the best ways to get the maximum calorie burn in the shortest amount of time.

By doing cardio and strength building at a normal intensity level, and working up to interval training as you get stronger, you can continue working off the weight and firming up muscles. Just be sure to eat a healthy diet that supports your workout schedule – complex carbs, lean protein and healthy fats.

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Discover Why Your Journal is Your Fitness Roadmap (575 words)

Eat the Frog and See Your Fitness Levels Soar (601 words)

Increasing Your Daily Improvements to Transform Your Life (671 words)

Want to Get Fitter? Dont Forget this Secret Ingredient! (588 words)

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Discover Why Your Journal is Your Fitness Roadmap

The title of this article is a good indicator of an important habit you should have – journaling.

Contrary to popular belief, journaling isn’t only about writing “Hello Diary!” and pouring out your thoughts and woes in it. While you can do that and there’s nothing wrong with it, journaling can also be used to track your fitness and diet.

  • Why you should journal

The best reason to journal is to have a written record of your actions. It will serve as a very useful reference when you’re in doubt.

Do NOT rely on your memory. Most people can’t even remember what they ate 2 days ago. Trying to remember too much also takes a toll on your mental energy. It’s easier to write it all down.

Journaling will also help you to see if you’re making progress or stagnating. Sometimes you may even regress. Checking your journal will show you where and what you’re doing wrong and you’ll be able to make informed decisions based on data instead of hunches or guesswork.

  • How you should journal

When trying to improve your fitness, there are really only 3 aspects to it.

  1. Your diet

Write down everything you eat daily from the foods to the supplements. Take note of the quantities too. Make a note of the time you consume each meal. We’re creatures of habit and over two weeks or so, you’ll notice patterns and habits revealing themselves in your journal.

  1. Your training / performance

You’ll want to write down what you did at the gym too. Spent 20 minutes doing HIIT training with kettlebells? Write it down. Bench pressed 120 pounds? Write it down.

The next time you go to the gym, you’ll know exactly what you need to do to beat your personal best. Timings, poundage, rest times, reps, circuits, etc. are all metrics that can be tracked in your journal.

Improving upon these will ensure that your performance overall reaches greater heights. What gets measured, gets managed.

  1. How you feel

This is another very important part of journaling. Write down how you feel the next day. If you’re sluggish and lethargic, your diet from the day before may not be agreeable with you. Look at what you ate before and avoid these foods.

The opposite holds true too. Feeling great? That means you ate right and drank sufficient water.

You should write down how you feel after the workouts. You may note that this week you may be drained out, your body aches and you almost felt like throwing up after the training session.

However, the following week, the same workout may not have that much effect on you. You’re less tired and your body seems fine. That only means one thing. Your stamina and strength are improving.

Without a journal, you’d never be able to accurately track your progress.

  • It’s easy

Journaling can be done in 5 to 10 minutes. You’re not writing a novel. Just the crucial facts and details will do. You can keep it fun and write motivational quotes or take photos of your body to see how it transforms and paste these in your journal.

What matters is that you stick to this habit and be consistent with your entries. Refer to it regularly and see what you can change to improve your performance and progress.

That’s how journaling will take you to your fitness goals. When you’re on the right track, success is inevitable.

 

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Are You Patient Enough to Achieve the Body You Desire? (560 words)

Decision Fatigue and How it Affects Your Fitness Journey (591 words)

Discipline VS Motivation: Which is More Important for Fitness? (605 words)

How to Analyze Your Fitness Progress Objectively (700 words)

Understanding Why Perfectionism is Detrimental to Your Fitness Goals (520 words)

 

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Are You Patient Enough to Achieve the Body You Desire?

Patience is a highly underrated virtue… and it’s of paramount importance when it comes to transforming your body and reclaiming your health. Christian author, Joyce Meyer once said, “Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.”

There is immense wisdom in this quote and it’s something that every single person should remember when striving for a worthy goal. It’s especially more important to those who are trying to lose weight and get fit.

  • Why you need patience

Flip open any fitness magazine and all you’ll ever see are articles about what diets to adopt or what exercises you should incorporate in your training regimen. It’s mostly technical info to help you achieve your goal… but very often, these publications neglect the mental aspect of fitness and body transformation.

If you’re trying to lose weight, it will take time. The average person can only lose about 2 pounds of fat a week. If you’re 30 pounds overweight, that will amount to about 15 weeks, which is almost 4 months.

So many enthusiastic folks make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight and they believe that it’ll be over and done with by end-January. They don’t even realize that it may take them until the end of April to achieve their goal.

In the event their weight loss progress plateaus (very common), it will take even longer to get to their ideal weight. The goal might only materialize in June. That’s half the year gone!

Do you have the patience to wait so long?

This is a very important question to ask yourself.

  • What happens if you lack patience?

For starters, you’ll feel like a failure. You’ll feel unworthy because your efforts yield no fruit. Working out is tiring. Sticking to a clean diet requires self-discipline. It’s a lot of effort.

When you don’t see fast results despite your best efforts, you may feel like what you’re doing is useless and you’re destined to be fat. This is where most people throw in the towel and believe that the goal is beyond their reach.

They blame their big bones, their laziness, their genetics, etc. Nothing could be further from the truth.

They just lack patience. With time they’ll achieve their goals if they stay on track.

  • Tracking your progress

It’s a very good habit to keep a journal to track your fitness journey. Be as detailed as possible and write down what you eat, your weight, bodyfat percentage, your workout sessions, etc.

The goal is to make continuous improvements daily. You should be pushing yourself to keep beating your personal bests. Clean up your diet to the best of your ability. Give it your all in your workouts. Be as compliant to your fitness plan as possible.

You must find joy in the small improvements. Over time, all these will add up to a massive difference. Take photos of your body once every two weeks. These photos will be proof that your body is slowly transforming.

See them daily and motivate yourself to keep going. If you hate starting over, then don’t stop. Harness the power of patience and dogged determination to stay on track even when your goal is nothing but a mirage on the horizon.

You’ll ultimately get there, if you have patience. Your patience will achieve more than your force. Keep going.

 

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3 Exercises to Get a Flat and Toned Belly (545 words)

Can You Spot Reduce? (628 words)

Compound Exercises VS Ab Exercises: Which are Better for a Flat Belly? (604 words)

Knowing the Difference between a Flat and Toned Belly (553 words)

Why is My Stomach Flatter in the Morning? (562 words)

 

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3 Exercises to Get a Flat, Toned Belly

A flat and toned belly can only be achieved if your diet and training is in place. To develop a toned midsection will require exercise. Assuming you’re at a low bodyfat percentage, your midsection will already be relatively flat.

However, to go from flat to toned will mean that you need to do a few exercises that work the belly. In this article, you’ll be provided with 3 highly effective exercises that gives you the toned midriff so many people desire.

  • Ab vacuums

This is a very simple exercise that reminds the stomach muscles of one of its functions – to hold your guts in. It’s common to see slim people with a paunch. Some people refer to this as a ‘pooch belly’, and it occurs when the stomach muscles are not holding the organs intact are letting them protrude.

To do an ab vacuum, you’ll need to inhale and exhale deeply 3 times. On the fourth breath, suck in your tummy as much as you can when you exhale. You need to imagine that you’re sucking in your belly so that it touches your spine.

This will create a concave appearance on your belly. Hold the tension for 30 to 45 seconds. Do this exercise 5 times. You can do it anywhere and it doesn’t only have to be at the gym.

You could be at the office and do ab vacuums while doing your work. You could be watching TV and doing ab vacuums. It’s a very useful exercise and you can do it several times a day. Over a few weeks, you’ll notice that your belly gets flatter and more toned.

  • Hanging leg raises

To do this exercise, you’ll need a pull-up bar to hang from. When hanging from it, slowly raise both your legs up in a controlled manner towards the bar. The higher up you can get your legs, the better.

If you’re struggling in the beginning because of a lack of strength, you can aim for a 90-degree angle. As you get better, you can go higher.

This exercise tones the entire midsection and is more effective than crunches. Avoid swinging and jerky movements when executing these leg raises. The more controlled you are, the better your abs will be worked.

  • Planks

This is one of the best exercises on the planet. Most people know how to do a plank. If you don’t, you can always get on YouTube and search for planks. The reason this exercise is not explained here is because of the wide variety of plank exercises out there.

There are standard planks, side planks, knee planks, forearm planks, TRX planks and many other variations that range in difficulty. Doing these planks will target the muscles in your midsection very effectively and also strengthen your core.

Your stomach is one of the very few muscles that can be trained daily. Just spending 6 minutes a day working your abs will work wonders over a couple of months. You’ll increase blood circulation to the area which will assist in burning the stubborn belly fat.

You’ll also have the lean and toned look that most of the fitness models have. It all comes down to a clean diet and consistency in training. Use these 3 exercises in your training regimen and you’ll reap the benefits.

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Main eBook:

“From Couch Potato to Fit & Healthy (How to Get Moving, Get Fit & Enjoy the Process)”

(4,692 words, 20 pages, 8 images)

 

Short Report:

“6 Risks of a Sedentary Lifestyle”

(1,667 words, 8 pages, 5 images)

 

Product Reviews:

10,000 Steps Weight Loss DVD – 760 words

CAP Barbell Color Coated Hex Dumbbell – 582 words

I Love my Food and Exercise Journal – 779 words

PROGEAR 555LXT Magnetic Tension Recumbent Bike – 936 words

TreadLife Fitness Strider 1 – 734 words

 

Product Comparison Review:

Top 5 Recumbent Exercise Bikes – 1610 words

 

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Adding More Movement to Your Day

Email1-Adding More Movement to Your Day – 292 words

Email2-Change Your Mindset to Find More Opportunities for Physical Activity – 271 words

Email3-Buy a Standing Desk to Get More Movement in Your Life – 309 words

Email4-Rise 30 Minutes Earlier for More Daily Movement – 293 words

Email5-Chop Up Your Movement into Bite-Sized Pieces – 262 words

 

Related Articles:

3 Best Types of Exercise for Sedentary People – 514 words

3 Everyday Activities That Can Improve Your Fitness – 419 words

3 Reasons Why Walking Makes Great Exercise if You’re Usually Sedentary – 542 words

3 Ways to Get More Active When You Work in an Office – 450 words

4 Tips for Working Out When You’re Embarrassed of Your Body – 413 words

5 Tips for Working Out When You Have No Motivation – 501 words

Do You Need to Visit Your Doctor Before Starting to Exercise Again? – 426 words

Finding Your Why for Getting Fit to Help You Stay Motivated – 549 words

Health Risks of a Sedentary Lifestyle – 442 words

How Much Physical Activity Do Adults Need to Stay Healthy? – 415 words

How to Combat Boredom When Exercising – 538 words

How to Exercise Even Though You’re Out of Breath Right Away – 630 words

How to Get Over Your Fear of Going to the Gym – 506 words

How to Prevent Your Thighs Rubbing When Exercising – 416 words

How to Set Reasonable Fitness Goals When You’re Totally out of Shape – 456 words

How to Spread Exercise Through a Busy Daily Routine – 546 words

The Link Between Fitness and Watching Television – 477 words

What Are NEAT Exercises and Why Do They Matter? – 514 words

What to Do When Your Body Hurts Every Time You Exercise – 443 words

Why A Sedentary Lifestyle Is Bad for Your Mental Health – 421 words

 

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