Keep workouts simple
When looking for information on working out, it’s easy to feel completely buried in a mountain of information. Every place you look says something different. Lift this way or eat that way. There are millions of free and paid exercise programs to follow, so where should you start? The options become too many and varied so you end up getting overwhelmed and giving up. Why should you even start something when you don’t know if it’s right?
Here’s the easiest way to get in shape:
Start with none of them. Start simple.
The simpler something is, the easier it is to understand. The easier it is to understand, the easier it is to follow.
Doing something is better than doing nothing at all. Do something you actually like doing, even if you hear its not as good as X (whatever workout everyone else says is better).
Here’s a list simple things you can do. I’m not writing down a “program” that should be followed. This is simply a list of simple ideas to get moving:
- Jump over/on stuff.
- Climb up things.
- Your favorite sport.
Here’s a list of some simple workouts that can be done anywhere:
- Bodyweight squats.
- Wall sits.
Please comment with your favorite simple workouts!