When you start a workout routine, you want to know how long it takes to get fit.
After all, we all start going to the gym to get results.
Some of us want to feel good and stay healthy, while others are interested in developing their full natural potential.
In any case, we’re excited...nervous....and we want to know the fastest road to achieving our desires.
But the truth is, the answer depends on our goals, our current state, and how dedicated we are in the long run.
So, do you have specific goals?
If you can answer that question briefly and honestly, you will know whether this is going to be a big challenge or not.
This is why you also need to correctly asses your current state.
For example, if your goal is to have visible abs, your current weight and dietary habits will determine how much time you’re going to need.
The timing to achieve workout goals is not the same if you’re 50 pounds overweight or just trying to lose 5 pounds before an important event.
In the first case, you’d have to spend months to accomplish your goals and it the effort required is front loaded (a lot harder starting out)
So the next thing that will determine how long it takes you to get fit is your level of dedication.
Are you ready to work out a few times a week? Or change your mindset to only have a few days when you are not working out?
Are you willing to give up some foods to lose weight? Double your protein intake for the sake of building muscle?
The harder you’re willing to push your limits, the faster you can expect to see results.
However, keep in mind that fitness is not a sprint.
It’s a marathon.
So you shouldn’t be worried that much about becoming fit as fast as possible.
You should instead aim for longevity.
And if you want to stay fit for a lifetime, you must find a way to enjoy your fitness routine.
Here are a couple of suggestions:
1. Diversify your workouts and make them fun.
2. Find a partner.
If you do that, you’ll discover that being fit is a journey, not a destination.
Stay fit my friend,
Founder & CEO