It’s important to answer the question accurately, “What Is Your Life Purpose” because most people get it wrong. You’ll hear a short statement declaring this is my Life Purpose, when in fact all that has been said is a life purpose statement that has been made up.
The first step I took towards comfort in life was embraced desire to live. Next, I accepted my life ; the good, the bad, and the ugly. The second step proposed challenge because I had to recognize the good that also existed with the bad and ugly that I had once given all of my attention. Prior to having a desire to live, I thought my get inspired was absent of anything that could have been considered good.
For example, your workout can look something like this. Monday, work on your upper body. Tuesday, go for interval training (i.e. running). Wednesday, give your body a rest but go for a light run. Thursday, go for a full body workout lifestyle. You must be tired after that. So take a rest on Friday. Saturday, enjoy the day with your family. On Sunday, spend some quiet time by yourself by going for a long but fairly intense run.
There are always different opinions on when you should eat after a workout but ideally the best time to eat is about 30 minutes after a workout. The reason for this is because that is when your body absorbs the most nutrients and glycogen (an energy in your body) is replaced most efficiently. If you can’t take it at 30 minutes try to at least take it before an hour because after that your body does not absorb the nutrients as well.
Immediate results are noticeable after a week of regular workout. You don’t have to wait for months just to see little results. This workout gives you noticeable results after six days or more. The slight changes on your body will give you much motivation to continue with the other set of routines. You may experience different body changes from time to time because you are using different routines that work on different muscle groups.
These are all thoughts planted into your mind by your Soul, to stimulate you to go searching for what it is you are here to do. It’s your Higher Purpose that will have you living a life of making a bigger difference.
And of course, make it a priority to replenish fluids with water or a low-calorie sports drink after a tough workout. To feel your best after exercising, it’s important to put thought into the food that you eat and the beverages that you drink. By keeping healthy snacks on hand, you can bounce back quickly after a workout so that you’ll be ready to face the gym again another day!