Cross It All Out: 2016 Fitness Bucket List
Creating your list of things you aspire to do is a good way to start your year with motivation. But come to think of it, why not make a separate bucket list solely for your fitness goals? By doing so, you will have a very specific list that make you go healthier and fitter as you crossed-out an item on it.
So before you make good plans for exotic places to see or to become an adrenaline-junkie, here are some fitness objectives you may want to include on your 2016 bucket list:
Learn to swim
Swimming can burn body fat easier and have positive impact on insulin levels and your overall health. Local swimming centers offer lessons for adults of all levels of swimming know-how and various water activities classes, such as aqua jog, water aerobics, and aquatic cross training.
Finish a quarter marathon
For starters, quarter marathon can still make you feel the sense of accomplishment, but wear you out with the same commitment and preparation as a full marathon. It will help you to achieve cardiovascular fitness, weight loss, and improved upper and lower body strength. Looking for a running buddy or a group can make the training and the actual race more fun and easy.
Master some yoga poses
Yoga will benefit both your mind and body. This activity requires minimal exercise equipment, provides flexibility training without stressing the joints, and can improve posture. Many yoga studios that have experienced and certified instructors offer free classes to new students.
Start weekly cycling
Riding your bicycle weekly can help you lose weight, build endurance and even bring back the memories of your younger days. If you want a workout without the hassle of too much preparation, biking is a good exercise you can start by hopping on your bike in gym shorts and cross trainers, then off you go.
Your fitness bucket list should target different aspect of becoming fit. These activities, along with proper diet and your hcg shots are your stepping stones in improving your endurance, flexibility, strength, and overall health. Once you’ve crossed-out one, try going to the next level by adding more time or repetitions and increasing intensity level.
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