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DDFE Fit Newsletter September 26, 2022
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Get more from your workout

Here’s how to spend less time exercising, while achieving quicker, more noticeable results…

Focus. It sounds obvious, but this crucial requirement for an effective workout is often overlooked. When you’re lifting weights, focus on that specific muscle group. Researchers have proven significant increase in muscle activity when people focused on what they were doing, compared to thinking about unrelated topics.

Variety. Keep your muscles guessing. Do this by changing up your routine often. This helps to avoid plateaus and to continuously challenge your body. Try new exercises at new intensities and new weights.

Fuel. Stay on top of your food and your hydration levels. The best results are achieve when you’re drinking enough water and eating real, wholesome foods.

Strategy. The time of day that you workout makes a huge difference in your results. And no, I’m not going to say that there’s a universal ‘right time’ to workout. Your job is to figure out when your body is at its best and to make that the time that you consistently exercise. If you’re not a morning person, then don’t force yourself to wake up at 5am, try working out after work instead.

Audience. There’s a benefit to working out in a group setting. Researchers saw a significant increase in strength and endurance in the people who had an audience versus those training on their own.

Caffeine. Caffeine has been shown to help amp up workouts. If you don’t have any medical conditions that would otherwise make moderate caffeine intake unsafe, then drink a caffeinated beverage one hour prior to working out.

Music. Check this out: researchers found that personal music motivated weightlifters to complete two more repetitions on average than those who were not listening to music. That’s a great reason to listen to your favorite music while you exercise.

Comfort. Not only will you be happy to put comfortable workout clothes on, but you will also be able to focus better on your workout, rather than wondering if your pants will split when you squat.

Professional. If you’re not already one of my valued clients, then now is the time to become one. Working with a professional ensures that you’re being challenged and are seeing results. And that’s just smart, right?

If you don’t know where to start when it comes to exercise, I’m here to help.

It’s my passion to make exercise a part of your life that you look forward to and are rewarded by. Wouldn’t you like all of the healthy rewards of being fit?

Call or email me today and we will get you started on the exercise program that completely transforms your body.

I Exercise Because…

Do you have a goal for each of your workouts? Having a goal is more important than you may think.

When each session is goal-oriented, you’ll get the most out of your exercise time.

Decide how many long you’ll go for, how many reps you’ll do and at what intensity before your workout begins. Then go for it.

To take it a step further, set clear goals, write them down, and keep a record of your workouts. There’s nothing quite like knowing exactly where you want to be, where you currently are, and what you’ve achieved.

Chocolate Mint Protein Shake

Here’s a tasty way to get your protein. Blend up one of these Chocolate Mint Protein Shakes whenever you have the urge to eat a bowl of ice cream. It’s just as sweet and delicious, while being filled with the protein that your muscles need.

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Servings: 1

1 cup ice
1/2 frozen banana
1 Tablespoon chopped dark chocolate
1 cup water
1 scoop high quality chocolate protein powder
a few drops of organic peppermint flavoring (find next to vanilla extract at the store)
fresh mint leaves to garnish (optional)

Instructions

1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender. Mix until smooth. Enjoy!

Nutrition
One serving equals: 198 calories, 6g fat, 80mg sodium, 13g carbohydrate, 3g fiber, and 20g protein

Gabriel Gordon
CEO / Owner
CPT(ISSA)
ELITE CALISTHENICS SPECIALIST (ISSA)
SPECIALIST IN FITNESS NUTRITION (ISSA)

Doomsday Fitness Experience LLC
Address:
151 John Downey Drive
New Britain, CT 06051

Phone numbers:
(860)3241012
(860)3241600

Website:
Doomsday Fitness Experience LLC​

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