The health kick you need

We all need a little health kick from time to time, because it is often to become a little bit lazy and lethargic from time to time. All this is down to how you live your life, and what you’re putting into your body. Bad foods have off bad results, so it is only right that you’re going to feel a little run down from time to time. So when you get to this point, you should know exactly what your body needs, a health kick. It will give you that burst of life you’ve been looking for, and will often leave you having a better outlook on life itself. Bad foods don’t only have a negative effect on our body, but our mental health too. It will clog your mind much more than you realise. So top stop all of these negative effects, here’s how you can give yourself a health kick.

Your Diet

Your diet plays a big part in your health kick, it is the main part in your health kick in fact. There really is no point in going to the gym, or doing some exercise if you’re going to fill your body with rubbish afterwards. You’re only going to be reversing the effects. But binge eating is something we’re all too good at. But eating healthier is just so much better for you in every way, and it’s not that hard to do if you stick with it for a few weeks. Following the 80% clean, and 20% treat method is probably the best way to ease yourself into a healthy diet routine. So for five days of the week you will have to eat clean, and completely clean. Cut out all the fizzy drinks, little snacks that you’ll be telling yourself don’t count, and all the fatty foods. Research some healthy diet recipes and stick to it for five days of the week. Try and break it up by having one cheat day in the middle of the week, and one on the weekend. It’ll break the week up and give you something to work towards. After a few weeks of doing this, the health benefits are going to be amazing. You’ll be more motivated in life, have more energy, and will often notice that niggling little health issues you used to have will disappear.

Some Exercise

Once you’ve got the diet nailed, it is time to move onto your exercise routine. Possibly one of the hardest parts to master. Actually finding the motivation to get up and go to the gym, or to go for a run etc. is so hard when you’re not used to doing it. Experts say it can take up to six weeks of continuously going to the gym to build up a routine and actually feel motivated to go. Within those six weeks you will have already started working wonders on your body. You strength will improve, as will your cardiovascular and muscular systems. It might take a bit of time to notice changes, but they will come, and you’ll feel amazing when they do.

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