We all understand that there are different ways to achieve a set outcome. However, the paths become more complex in the context of a fitness goal. Thanks to various dogmas available to us through people and social media. So how does one draw the line between what works and what doesn’t? The answer lies in creating a program that leans more towards SMART WORK than HARD WORK. Hard work entails putting in “strenuous hours” to complete a task. On the other hand, an innovative job entails creating “efficient hours” to complete a task. Logic dictates going the intelligent way than the hard way, especially in today’s time, when time and energy are limited. So here are my two cents to help you build a result-oriented plan: THE SMART WAY: – BUILDING A SET OF HABITS THAT HELP LAY A FOUNDATION FOR SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE PRACTISES HABITS MAKETH MAN If you’ve watched…

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No one workout is perfectly suited for everyone. But the time you spend on working out, can be determined. Here  are some tips you should keep in mind while working out. Fitness Level This is a key factor. If you’re new to working out and spend an hour in the gym, you might end up burned out or injured, especially if you push your body to its limits. Start with short workouts of 30 mins a day. As you feel your strength building over the weeks, you can gradually increase the duration week-on-week. Type of workout What time of workout will largely depend on your fitness levels as well as the type of workout you are doing? Walking on the treadmill for 40 mins at moderate speed is completely fine. But a high intensity run on a treadmill for 40 mins is avoidable (also rather impossible)! You can combine many…

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