I know what to do... but I have a hard time staying consistent, what should I do?
When life gets crazy and responsibilities at home and work pile one on top of the other, it’s easy to let our health and fitness slip. The years go by and we don’t even realize how much our health had declined.
But for most of us, there comes a time when we realize things must change. A time when gaining control over our body takes on new urgency.
For some, it’s a scary health diagnosis. For others it’s watching a loved one struggle with their own health problems. And for others still, it’s when they finally realize they’ve spent so many years taking care of others, that they neglected to take care of themselves.
When it’s time to turn things around and start a new health and fitness program, however, it can be difficult to know what to do next. And staying motivated is hard — especially if you try to do it all on your own.
That’s where I come in.
My goal is to help you get in the best shape of your life and stay that way. Starting now.
What happens if I don't exercise REgulary?
Lack of physical activity has clearly been shown to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and other conditions:
Less active and less fit people have a greater risk of developing high blood pressure
Physical inactivity can increase your risk for type 2 diabetes.
Studies show that physically active people are less likely to develop coronary heart disease than those who are inactive. This is even after researchers accounted for smoking, alcohol use, and diet.
Lack of physical activity can add to feelings of anxiety and depression.
how does exercise help?
Exercise is a type of physical activity that is defined as planned, structured, and repetitive bodily movement done to improve or maintain one or more components of physical fitness (strength, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, and body comp). When participating in regular exercise, there are a multitude of benefits that follow including:
Reducing your risk for chronic diseases (heart disease, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, arthritis)
Increasing life expectancy
Decreasing the risk of disability
Improving your mood
Promoting better sleep, and many more!
Some very powerful benefits and an excellent way to combat the effects of aging. Who wouldn't want to start a program and reap the rewards?
Why choose continued performance for your exercise needs?
At Continued Performance, great pride is taken in the quality of service during each and every training/exercise session. On top of the unique client experience, you will receive an individualized exercise program tailored specifically for your current fitness level and goals. Client's feel comfortable and entrust in the exercise process, knowing that the attention to detail and each decision made is the most strategic and well thought out option for them to progress towards their goals.
who is continued performance for?
Continued Performance is dedicated to helping individuals exercise that want to continue doing the things they love without having to worry about feeling 'beat up' after a workout or that they're making those nagging aches and pains worse. Each client will gain a sense of empowerment and begin to improve their strength so that they are able to enjoy life to the fullest and for the long term.
Continued Performance is for you if....
You're currently living an inactive or sedentary lifestyle and have noticed increased fatigue, sleep disturbances, difficulty with everyday tasks and decreased self-esteem.
You've had a poor experience exercising with a one size fits all approach
You are just starting or getting back into exercise after years of putting it off and need guidance
You're tired of constantly feeling sore, achy, or exhausted after your workouts
You've just finished a Physical Therapy or a rehab program and don't know where to begin