How To Get Rid Of Cellulite Boot Camp Exercises

How To Get Rid Of Cellulite Using These Lake Mary Boot Camp Exercises!

Here are some Cellulite Killing Exercises and instruction on how to get rid of cellulite using these boot camp exercises.  Nick Parker the founder of a popular Lake Mary Boot Camp is on Fox News showing you exactly how to perform these boot camp exercises.   If you live in the near the Lake Mary area and are looking for a boot camp to get you into the best shape in your life 9x faster with a training staff who cares, who really cares then claim your free trial to Nick Parker’s Boot Camp in Lake Mary.

Contact: 1844 Longwood Lake Mary Rd.  Lake Mary, FL

www.nickparkersbootcamp.com

Why Weight Loss Goals Backfire!

There you are getting dressed in the morning and BAM!  You throw your clothes across the room because they don’t fit as if it’s the clothes fault.  You then say “I need to lose weight, this is ridiculous”.

So you start thinking about losing weight and think I need to lose about 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60 pounds.  You fill in the blank.  You make a half hearted effort to change your diet.  You exercise a few times and get sore so you back off and maybe even quit.  You are what is commonly known as winning it.

Most people fail at losing weight because they fail to fully commit and get immersed in pursuing their goal.  The first thing you need to do block out some time to properly set your goals.

Ok, so you want to lose weight, you want to get toned, great those are NOT goals!

You need to set time aside to be quite, alone, and really think about what you want and why you want it.  A goal must be specific and have a deadline.  But it doesn’t stop there.

Some people actually get to this part but then that’s as far as it goes. You need to have weekly check in’s scheduled to monitor your progress, you commitment level, your motivation, and evaluate how you’re doing.  You need to celebrate the wins when you have a good week and you see progress.

They only way you’ll take this serious is not only to set your goal but really evaluate why you’re pursing that goal.  Why is it so important to you to lose x number of pounds?  What is that going to do for you?  How will it improve the quality of your life?  List as many benefits as you possibly can…it should be at least 20 or more.

Then commit, I mean fully, unreservedly, whole heartedly commit!  If you half heartedly purse an idea like lose weight you will get very mediocre results.

Write it down along with as many reasons as you can of why it’s important to you.

Now your not pursing losing 30 pounds you’re pursing more energy, feeling good in your clothes, now your pursuing feeling confident again and the list goes on.

It’s a lot more energizing and motivated to purse all the important benefits that come with losing the weight then it is to say “I need to lose 30lbs”

I’ve seen the benefit of doing this hundreds of times.  When you really commit, you’ll put in the effort…the effort it really takes to get there.  When you immerse yourself in it you will all of a sudden see progress and create momentum…that alone with fuel your motivation to keep going!

If you have a slow progress week, great!  Don’t play the victim instead focus on solutions.  At least now you know hey…I’m on the wrong track I better pick it up and put in a little extra effort and get refocused.

So here’s your 3 actions steps to take today!  Not tomorrow, not this weekend, today!

  1. Decide – make a decision today on what your goal is and write it down.  Be specific and make sure it has a deadline

  2. Discover –  plan some time to do this and dig deep to find out as many reasons as possible why you want to pursue this goal.  Why is it important to you?  What are all the benefits you will have by reaching this goal?

  3. Dive In – now fully commit.  Take action immediately if you wait your way less likely to follow through.  Dive in right away and start taking steps forward.  Start a workout program, make your grocery list, get help, do something right now put one foot infront of the other one step at a time and those steps will eventually translate into progress and finally goal achieved!

I wish you the best and I know you can do it if you really want to!

Talk to you soon!

Nick Parker

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Nick Parker Fox News Fitness Expert and Lake Mary Longwood Boot Camp Founder talks about the new book promoting 20 second workouts.

How To Build Good Workout Habbits

How To Build Good Workout Habits

I can’t tell you how many times I was so fired up to get a good workout in and then didn’t even make it to the gym.  How does that happen?  One minute you’re pumped up and excited about your workout and the next thing you know you don’t even workout.

If this is something you’ve struggled with don’t worry you’re not alone.  Life gets in the way, you get busy, you get tired, something at work comes up or the kids.  It seems like there is always something that can pull you away from your workout.

If you’ve been working out for a while you’ll notice how your motivation comes and goes almost like seasons.  You can have a few days, weeks, or even months where you’re really dialed in and consistent.  Then you can have a few days, week, sometimes even months, hopefully not years…where you’re going through the motions and not really that consistent.

This is normal but definitely not good for getting results.  The first thing you need

to do is be aware of when your motivation is sliding down into the abyss.  There are things you can do to prevent this or at least keep it from spiraling out of control.

There are two main reasons I’ve seen that cause people to fall of the motivation train.

1. A major change is life or schedule.

2. Getting bored and end up going through the motions.

When you go through a major transition in your life or your schedule changes dramatically it can be hard to stay on on your “A” game when it comes to working out.  Some examples are having a baby, moving, new job, getting married, vacation, school staring or ending, lots of events on the calendar, just to name a few.

The key is be PROACTIVE.  Think it through ahead of time and give yourself a set amount of time on the calendar to slack off.  For example if you’re moving then say, “Ok I’m moving Friday so I’ll give myself 8 days to get moved and somewhat settled in the I’m going to workout at 9:00 am on the 9th day”.  Actually put it on the calendar and count if down so you feel the anticipation.

If you don’t do this it may end up being weeks or even months before you get back on track and then you’ve lost all that hard work.

If you’re just bored then you need to mix things up by changing your workouts, adding other activities in like sports or outdoor cardio, like biking.  This will get you motivated again plus it will be a nice shock to your body to break plateaus.

When I get stuck in a rut I start reading, learning something new always sparks something in me that makes me want to push forward.

Ever hear the saying “Out Of Sight Out Of Mind”.

If you’re engaged by reading, mapping out a new workout, setting new goals or refocusing on your existing ones you’ll stay motivated if you are just apathetic and don’t think about working out…guess what, you wont or you’ll just go through the motions.

One last thing I like to do is create a new reason or goal with a new deadline.  I like having a very specific goal with a deadline attached to it.  Like going on vacation in 8 weeks so I’m going to lower my body fat by 2 percent.  Trust me this helps.

Motivation is temporary, very few people are motivated all the time.  It takes discipline and a continual pouring of gasoline on the motivation fire to keep you moving forward.

Don’t get discouraged just get focused!

NOW GET OFF YOUR BUTT AND GO DO SOMETHING!  Hahahahahaha.

Talk to you next time…

Nick Parker