Welcome to Consequently Fit!

Are you looking for some inspiration to get fit? Or maybe you’re just looking for some new ideas to add to your fitness routine? If so, then you’ve landed on the right blog. This blog will help you make mindful axns throughout your daily living to positively impact your health rather than setting yourself up for avoidable health problems. The goal is to provide helpful information and advice that can help you stay motivated and on track with your fitness goals. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s some bit of information perfect for you.

The mindset at Consequently Fit is as follows:

  • Fitness lies completely in your control;
  • Being fit or unfit consequently results from daily actions;
  • It’s your actions that landed you in your current state of health.
  • Lastly, no excuses –Take ownership of what you’ve done that created who you are.

While that last point almost sounded negative, here’s what’s meant:

If you wish your level of fitness could be considered healthy, in other words, you don’t like being out-of-shape, no one may be blamed but yourself. You know it’s true.

We all know that exercise is important for our health, but it can be hard to find the time and motivation to get moving. If you’re struggling to exercise more, here are a few tips to help you take responsibility and make it happen:

  1. Set realistic goals. Don’t try to do too much too soon, or you’ll be more likely to give up. Start with small goals, like walking for 30 minutes three times a week, and then gradually increase your activity level as you get stronger and fitter.
  2. Find an activity you enjoy. If you don’t enjoy your workout, you’re less likely to stick with it. There are so many different types of exercise out there, so take some time to find something that you like. If you don’t know where to start, ask your doctor or a personal trainer for recommendations.
  3. Make exercise a priority. Schedule time for exercise in your day, just like you would any other important appointment. And don’t be afraid to say no to other commitments if it means you can fit in your workout.
  4. Find a workout buddy. Working out with a friend or family member can help you stay motivated and accountable. You can also find workout buddies online or at your local gym.
  5. Reward yourself. When you reach a fitness goal, reward yourself with something you enjoy, not a tub of ice cream, but you get the point. This will help you stay motivated and on track.

Taking responsibility for your health is one of the best things you can do for yourself. By making exercise a priority, you can improve your physical and mental health, reduce your risk of chronic diseases, and live a longer, healthier life.

Here are some additional tips to help you stay motivated and on track with your fitness goals:

  • Keep a fitness journal. Tracking your progress can help you see how far you’ve come and stay motivated to keep going.
  • Find a fitness community. There are many online and in-person fitness communities that can provide support and motivation.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help. If you’re struggling to stick with your fitness goals, talk to your doctor or a personal trainer. They can help you create a plan that’s right for you. We offer services – Check out the Services page.

Remember, it’s okay to start small. Just make a commitment to moving more and gradually increase your activity level as you get stronger and fitter. With a little effort, you can reach your fitness goals and improve your overall health.

It’s time to Get CFit!