Sometimes working out can seem like it’s going no where. You aren’t making any progress. Why is this? Probably because it’s become too easy for you. This is a problem that is easily fixed. What about increasing the intensity of your workout. You might also be a little distracted by things going on around you, which means you are not putting in all your effort. Perhaps you need to change it up a bit and do something different. You may even feel that you can do several work-outs a day. If that’s the case, then you aren’t working out hard enough. You should feel accomplished at the end of a work-out, and if you don’t then perhaps you need to rethink what you are doing.
- Eventually your body will get used to the work out you are doing and this will stop you from continuing to gain muscle or lose weight.
- A few of the signs that you should look for are no shortness of breath, and you are working out many times a day.
- If you realize that your workout is too easy for you, it is time to increase it in intensity or time.
“If you have the energy to run 10 miles, spin, hit the weights, and then attend Bikram yoga, you might want to re-evaluate the effort and exertion levels you’re putting into each workout.”