best body ever workout motivation tips

by monica

Want to reach your best body ever goals faster? Set a time limit on both your fitness goal and on some of your workouts too. Setting a deadline keeps you focused on the actions you need to take daily to reach your best body ever while setting a time limit on several of your weekly workouts speeds up fatloss and toning results. You may also want to consider a reward or fitness incentive for reaching your goal.

For example with yesterday's workout I set a 35 min. time limit on my butt and ab circuits. My time limit excluded the warm up, cool down and any additional cardio work I did after my circuits so my workout took about an hour but all the intense work was packed into 35 min. Here's what that looked like:

Warmup routine 8 min.

Booty burn workout 3 round 24 min. - Was able to complete 3 rounds in under 24 min. Would like to work up to 4 rounds in same amount of time. **workout starts about a min. in

Waist slimming exercises 9 min. - Took me about 10 min. which was close enough but would like to cut down my time to 8 min. and add a second round of everything including the tabata interval lunges. **workout starts about a min. in

After my circuits I finished up with 10 min. of pump it up aerobics which is a fun way for me to burn extra fat and calories then I stretched for 10 min.

I've also set a 6 week time limit on my current fitness goals so I don't get distracted with random workouts and so I don't get off track with healthy eating (especially right now during the holidays). My reward for sticking with my plan is a pair of Leather Look Skinny Jeans similar to the ones in the pics below. I'm going to have to stay on track with my workouts and eating if I plan on looking good in these superhero pants ; )

Superhero Legs

Hervé Léger / Maison Martin Margiela tailored jacket, $1,760 / Hudson Jeans blue pants, $1,445 / Isabel Marant high top trainers, $595 / Temperley London bangle bracelet, $360

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