I used to search hi and low for the perfect workout routine.
I believed that the perfect routine would result in the perfect body.
After years of searching I’m glad I never found it. Even so I just might have the next best thing…….
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Red Delta Followers,
From my point-of-view, as a person who really enjoys physical activity already, a ‘perfect’ workout takes into account the ‘things’ that make it difficult to partake in the activities that I like to do.
A ‘perfect’ workout can be designed around the following factors- In order of least to most experienced.
1. Finding a ‘safe time’- any time that exists outside my personal/professional life.
2. Keeping focus on other areas of life – Family and friends.
3. Psychological elements like some tiredness, slight fatigue, headaches.
4. A feeling of flatness in workouts/training.
5. Physical limitations (niggles/injuries).
How I work around these issues is dependent on me and my life context.
I would love to hear the different factors that make it difficult for you, how they effect you and how you try to/overcome them.
Words of wisdom from someone who has certainly been there. Thanks Laurie!
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