Personal Fitness Plan – It’s the Hardest Part That I’ll Simplify for You

Creating a personal fitness plan is almost always the hardest part of starting with your fitness routine. When you have not paid attention to fitness for years, you can’t put your finger on things that you need to get fit. You don’t whether you should go to a gym, do the workout at home, ask a friend for help, or just sit there and wait for a revelation to come to you. While a part of my life was always dedicated to being financially free, I never took my health and fitness for granted. I, Ido Fishman, want you to believe that things are only as difficult as you make them. 

Let me start simplifying things for you. 

The Challenge of Creating a Personal Fitness Plan 

The first thing you have to know about creating a fitness plan is that it consists of many different components. If you think you can create one by just telling yourself that you will be exercising from tomorrow, you are wrong. You will not be able to exercise from tomorrow because millions of people around the world to that every day. Next thing you know, they can’t make up their mind and convince their hearts to start with their fitness plan. The reality is that they are taking a wrong start. You have to make the first few moves right and the rest of the things will start to fall in place. Here is a list of items that you need to look at before you create your fitness plan. 

  • I do have a fitness problem.
  • I need to get into shape.
  • Fitness is not an option but a necessary part of life. 
  • I have to work out every day and without any excuses.
  • I have to set realistic goals.
  • I have to write my goals down. 
  • I have to find a way to measure my progress. 
  • I have to have all the equipment that I need for being fit. 

If you have covered the points mentioned on this list, I can tell you for sure that you will be in the best shape of your life in the coming months. 

The Important Components of a Personal Fitness Plan

As I mentioned above, there are many different components to come together to form a perfect fitness plan. So, what are those components? Let’s read about them one by one without going too much into the details. I would prefer you taking my personal lessons to get an in-depth understanding of creating the perfect fitness plan. So, here are the components. 


  • Realization of the Problem


Only when you have a genuine problem will you go out to find a solution for it. So, do you realize that you have a fitness problem? Do you agree that you have to lose weight and be in a fit body shape in the next few days? Do you also understand that your overweight situation is not in your favor and that it can cause a lot of serious illnesses? Once you have realized the problem, we can move on to find a solution. 


  • Write the Goals Down


You must create and set goals, and write them down. Writing your goals down is just as important as having the goals in the first place. You will be surprised to know that when you do not write goals down, they are as good as nothing. You never remember what you had promised and there is no reference point to go back to for holding yourself responsible. Be realistic in creating your goals. 


  • Find the Right Coach


You have to find a coach who can help you pass through this toughest phase of being fit. You cannot do it alone. You have to have someone who encourages you to be fit and holds you accountable when you do not meet your targets. Trust me, when you partner with me to become fit, I will always be there not only to encourage you but to reprimand you when you don’t remember your goals or pursue them with passion. 


  • Have the Right Equipment


Trust me, you will get a huge boost in your passion to be fit when you have the right equipment. You just do not feel the need to exercise when you do not have any piece of equipment to exercise with. So, buy some equipment for exercising. Make sure you do not find the most expensive or the cheapest equipment on the market. Too expensive is just inaccessible and impractical for as long as you are not sure that you are committed to pursuing your goals. Too cheap means your equipment will not last you a long time. 


  • Mark Your Progress Wisely


Sometimes, people are demotivated because they mark their progress in a wrong way. Is there a wrong way to mark your progress? Yes, absolutely! When you measure your waist or stand on the weight machine every single day, you are doing injustice to yourself. The differences on a daily level are negligible, and they make you think as though you are not progressing at all. Let there be a gap of at least a week between each measure so you can notice a difference that motivates you to do more. 

How I Can Help

I am here to help you not only get started with a personal fitness plan, but also help you follow it successfully. First of all, I will look at your existing condition to decide what type of plan will work best for you. Secondly, I will need to ask you how fast you want to be fit. I will recommend the best workouts based on your existing weight and condition. In addition to that, the pace of my personal fitness plan will depend on how fast you want to achieve your targets. I can only guarantee you one thing, and that’s my commitment

I will be always be committed to helping you with everything that I have. My moral support, expertise, knowledge of fitness, and experience of being a personal fitness enthusiast will always be there at your disposal to take advantage of. I am here to help you be the person you have always dreamed of becoming. 

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