9 BEST FITNESS TIPS FROM CELEBRITY TRAINERS 

Find a movement you genuinely love

I used to go to the gym and lift weights, and I found it incredibly boring and unmotivating.

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It's never too late to get involved in an active hobby

If there's been a sport or fitness hobby that you didn't like previously, you may like it as you get older. Try new things, even if you tried them before.

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Get a workout buddy

They can make it feel like less of a job, and something fun to do, which can keep you motivated.

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Squeeze in at least 20 minutes of movement each day

Physical activity may help bump up the production of your brain's feel-good neurotransmitters, called endorphins

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Try to eliminate sugar from your diet

It's effective because sugar is really bad for your body, and natural whole foods are just better to consume.

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Consistency is king

Regular exercise helps build habits, improves cardiovascular health, strengthens muscles, and boosts metabolism over time.

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Practice progressive overload

Gradually increasing the intensity of your workouts challenges your body, promoting muscle growth, strength gains, and enhanced performance.

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Mix things up

Incorporating different exercises keeps workouts engaging, targets various muscle groups, and prevents plateauing, helping you achieve a well-rounded level of fitness.

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Give your body proper rest and recovery

Giving your body time to heal after workouts prevents burnout, reduces the risk of injuries, and optimizes muscle repair and growth.

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