What comes to mind when I mention the word “success”? Career, financial freedom, or having children? The success I am talking about is your mental, behavioral and physical success. To nurture each of these areas, you must keep your mind active, challenge your personal habits and patterns, and maintain a strong physical foundation. How can you accomplish this? Using simple and organized exercise plans.

People often ask me, “How do you get so disciplined with exercise?” Paying close attention to exercise plans came to me at the early age of fifteen. As a short 5’5 man, my whole life was the fuel of my fire during my youth. It took me many years to realize that cutting my muscles would reduce my height loss in any way, shape, or form (big sentence intent).

As my life progressed through my college years, the implementation changed. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

Without going too deep into my healthy gym obsession from the past, I just wanted to tell you how I made the overall workout success. The path I took was not a healthy one for my mind and body, but it took me on a journey that I will always remember.

After many years of exercise experience, I have found that blueprinting is the easiest. Here are my 6 simple steps to a blueprint for success that you can start using today to implement and achieve your workout plans.

1. Start with well-formed results (WFO)

According to Nicole Schneider, my former instructor at Global NLP, “Most people are inherently in a dark room trying to find what they want, even if they know what they’re looking for. It’s hard to get your life, even if you don’t know what it is. You want it. ” Goes I started studying Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) a few years ago, to improve my coaching skills and to guide my clients more effectively. Take a few minutes to explore the internet, and you’ll find different WFOs. Choose a simple WFO to follow, and start your journey to enjoy implementing exercise plans.

2. Create a weekly schedule.

Sunday is a day of rest for many as they prepare for the coming week. How are you both? While relaxing in front of the television, take a few minutes and a pencil in two to three days of exercise for the coming week. Use the smartphone app if you think it could be a tool for accountability. Choose the days and times that you know will fit easily into your schedule. Having written time slots in your schedule can increase your adherence to weekly exercise plans. Writing things down gives clarity, attention, and keeps you on track.

3. Choose an exercise focus.

Exercise variants range from actual workouts, reps, sets, tempo and rest periods. There are many exercise programs out there, but don’t be overwhelmed. If hiring a personal trainer to write a program is out of the question, you need to start exploring yourself. Learn a little about exercise routines. Do a Google search for something along the lines of “early exercise routine.” Use your search to find out how experienced you are in exercise. Keep your exercise plans for an hour or less. Stick to exercise plans that are more aerobic (body weight, free weight) vs. aerobic (treadmill). A general exercise framework with which I train clients is: warm-up stretching, a few minutes on the treadmill, exercise, and occasionally a brief cooling.

4. Mix an exercise cocktail

Making exercise drinks is a commonly overlooked recipe. We need to be aware of the demands that exercise on the body. Exercise is a physical stress, simple and straightforward. To reduce stress and control blood sugar during exercise, you should consider making exercise cocktails. Make drinks using some kind of carbohydrate and protein. According to John Ivy, PhD, “When you consume carbohydrates with protein, you can save muscle glycogen, stop the increase in cortisol, and help your body recover faster after exercise.” A touch of free OJ, gelatin, and salt also helps reduce adrenaline and cortisol.

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