Personal Training Portland: THE NEW YEAR IS COMING!

People of Portland, Oregon! The New Year is coming, which means we are going to be starting out New Year’s Resolutions! Here are some great helpful hints if you are going to be having some health and fitness goals. The one thing is to set yourself up for success and break it up into small goals. You want to plan the work and then work the plan. Too many individuals will just say a number, like 10 pounds, and then they give up after a month of going to the gym. What we recommend is give yourself small goals to attain every week, because then you will feel like you accomplished small wins that will ultimately get you to your goal. Also, if you know that accountability, making time, etc. to go to the gym, then it is probably wise to hire a Portland personal trainer. It is not going to be cheap, but if you figure out how much money and time it cost you to gain all that weight and get out of shape, you will be surprised! Good luck and crush those goals.

Thanks,

Portland Oregon Fitness

Personal Trainer Portland: It Is Cold In Portland, But Keep Exercising, Stay Fit!

Yes, it is getting cold her in Portland and today December 9th, 2012 the temperature was  at 42 degrees, but that does not mean you need to stop exercising. If you are having a challenging time getting motivated, then you need to SNAP OUT OF IT and get off that couch and get moving. No one gets in shape by thinking about it worry that it is cold here in Portland, Oregon. I know, you can go to your local pub and get an excellent micro beer, but that is just going to make that mid section of your stomach just stick out even more, or better yet, make lose love handles turn into a muffin top. The best thing you can do is call a buddy to go to the gym with, sign up for a sponsored running event or hire a personal trainer Portland or fitness expert in your area. A lot of you are going to say, “Lets just start after the holidays”, but the longer you put it off, the more challenging it will be to get that fat to shrink off of you, so you might as well start off at a rate that will keep you consistent and then you can up the intensity and frequency when the holidays are over. You can do, so make the commitment either by yourself or with a great friend.

Happy Holidays,
Portland Oregon Fitness