Fitness Rejuvenation Program

Stay Fit Mentally and Physically With Natropin and Exercise.

The effects of Natropin are greatly increased when you exercise. You will build muscle faster when you combine Natropin with a good fitness program.

It's all in the mind. The toughest obstacle to overcome before beginning an exercise program is the mental block in your mind which has prevented you from exercising. You must train your brain. There will be days when you make up excuses to not exercise. You must develop determination and self discipline. Set a goal to lose a certain amount of weight during a set period of time, and calculate how many calories you must burn each week to achieve that goal. Don't give up. On days when you don't feel like doing it, go to the gym anyway. At least walk in the door. You can always leave after that if you're feeling too tired or drained that day but at least you went.

Visualize how you are going to look and feel once you've achieved your goal. Keep your mind active. The organ that burns the most calories per pound is the brain. Your brain burns 25% of the calories your body uses while resting.

Do not even bother to exercise unless you are prepared to make a lifetime commitment to keep exercising for the rest of your life. Exercise should be part of your lifestyle. You will have to exercise a lot more in the beginning as you lose weight. But once you've achieved your goal, you need to continue a moderate exercise program to avoid gaining it back again. And have patience. If you're not meeting your goals as quickly as you thought, relax. You have your whole life to do it.

There are about as many different exercise programs as there are diets programs out there. So choose the one which works best for you. The type of exercise you do depends on your goals and your situation. If you have a lot of weight to lose, concentrate on doing as much aerobic activities as you can. It's best to join a gym and get a personal trainer to get you started. But you can do it on your own too.

If you haven't exercised before or if it's been a long time, start slow. You can start by walking. Keep increasing the amount of time you walk and walk as often and as long as you can. Walking does burn calories but not as fast as other activities so you have to walk a long time. Build up to at least an hour a day. Once you're in better shape, switch to the bike, treadmill, or eliptical machine. To burn even more calories, you can also participate in a sport such as tennis, golf, softball, etc. The eliptical is the best. If you can't join a gym, try jogging. Build up your endurance until you can do an hour or more. Do it as many days during the week as you can. At least 3 times a week. Keep track of the number of calories you burn each day.

You need to burn 3500cal to lose one pound of actual fat. You will probably lose more weight especially in the beginning due to water loss but remember water weighs over 8lbs/gal. Choose a goal to burn a certain amount of calories during each workout. Focus on the calories not the amount of time. If you can burn 500cal/day, that's 3500 a week which is one pound. You will burn even more even while you rest as your metabolism increases. Try to do your aerobics on an empty stomache and don't eat for an hour after your workout. Your body will be forced to burn the stored fat to replace the calories you burned during exercise. If you eat, it will burn the food instead.

Aerobics work great to burn fat but you also need to build muscle. Muscle burns more fat in the long run. For each pound of muscle you add, you will burn 7-15 calories every day for the rest of your life. Heavy weight lifting builds the most muscle and increases your testosterone levels The biggest muscles are in your legs. So you must do a lot of leg exercises.

Forcus mainly on aerobics if you need to lose a lot of weight. Don't do a lot of leg exercises or your legs will be too tired to do the aerobics. Focus more on doing upper body exercises. But once you get close to your goal weight within 20-30lbs, start lifting weights and decrease your aerobics. Be sure to do leg exercises such as squats, lunges, and dead lifts for your legs. Use as much weight as you can and do 8-12 reps. When you can do 12 reps, increase the weight. If you've never used weights before, get a personal trainer to learn the proper techniques to each exercise. There are many different exercises you can do. Click on the links here and search on Google to learn as much as you can about weight lifting before you begin.