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It?s easy to begin an exercise program, but for many sticking with that program poses an issue.? After several failed attempts to stay on track with different exercise programs, some people will deem themselves destined to be overweight because of some genetic predisposition against exercise.? If you?ve had past issues being able to stay motivated, the problem may not be with you it may be with your choice of program.

Fitness programs that are advertised as ?the best? way to do things or ?how celebrity so and so did this? catch our attention and we automatically assume that because a workout program has received praise or endorsements from celebrities that it must be worth trying out, but this isn?t always the case.

The best way for you to actually stick to a fitness program is by finding an activity that you thoroughly enjoy.? Working out is supposed to get your heart rate up, it?s supposed to make you sweat and it?s supposed to wear you out, but what?s it shouldn?t do is feel too much like work.? If you dread performing your work out, you most likely won?t stay with it very long, regardless of how well it worked for some celebrity or how convincing its advertisements seem.

The key is to find something that you?ll enjoy doing as you burn calories; whether it?s dancing, yoga, tai chi, walking or something completely different ? if you enjoy it and your physician and home health care provider give you clearance to begin, then you are very likely to continue doing it.? Performing your desired workout with consistency will help you reach your goals much faster than sporadically struggling through a workout that you don?t enjoy.? You can also discuss your diet with your doctor or health aide in order to make the changes necessary to help you lose excess weight even faster and to reach your health goals as quickly and safely as possible.

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