With so many health experts and blogs around the corner, you still might want more, and what could be better than reading a fitness book packed with motivation and tips to help you connect and embrace a healthy lifestyle.
Being active is extremely essential not only physically but mentally as well and what most of us lack is the motivation and inspiration to get started. Being fit also helps prevent chronic illnesses along with improving mood and reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety.
The benefits of embracing a healthy lifestyle are never ending, so why do most of us still run away from the idea of it? I believe the answer is the comfort zone, we all love our comfort zone a little too much and moving away from routine seems like an effort most of us are not willing to take.
For most of us, the hardest thing is to achieve our fitness goals. Working out and strict diets can only take us so far and after a while you start losing the motivation to keep going because we have not been feeding our mind with the motivation to keep it going.
Where most of you might believe losing weight depends on how physically active you are but the entire process of fitness is something deeper. It is a holistic combination of a better diet, active lifestyle and a mindset that eventually gives an improved performance overall.
Working to become fit and improving your fitness routine can be harder than one thinks and is often confusing especially at the start with questions like where to start from and how do I eat better consuming your mind.
But don’t worry!
We have outlined six fitness books you can read to help you get started or get you motivated to ace in every aspect of fitness.
The Fitness Mindset by Brian Keane
If you are feeling that regardless of keeping your diet clean and exercising daily you still have not achieved the results you want, this is the book for you. The fitness mindset gives you everything you need to get the body you have always dreamed of having along with helping you develop a mindset to keep it forever. This book helps you know exactly what foods works best for you and how to pair that with high intensity interval training (HIIT) to get the body you have always dreamed of having. Apart from this the book helps you employ strategies to reduce stress and anxiety along with creating a long-term mindset about being in shape and being fit. Get the Book
The Fit Bottomed Girl’s Anti Diet
If you are new to this whole being fit and healthy regime, this is the book for you. This happy-go-lucky guide helps you find joy in getting fit eliminating the negativity surrounded by it. This novel promotes easy activities that are fun and gives you a chance to go back in your childhood by encouraging playground activities. This book is filled with positive ways to help you get started and remove the thought of workouts as draining but instead fun. This book is worth a read so grab your cup of coffee and start reading it. Buy Here
The Body Book by Cameron Diaz
Celebrity-packed novels are considered to be as too restrictive and filled with tons of recommendations about what to eat and when to workout which might come as a little too overwhelming and fancy to most of us. However, this novel suggests otherwise, Cameron Diaz has put herself out there by becoming a student herself and understanding the effect of food and other health choices that you make daily and its eventual effect on your body. This book does not give you a direct guide to a celebrity’s diet but instead offers you to understand how to care for and maintain your body. This book is refreshing in a sense that it helps you understand the impact of choice on your health and fitness regime. By Now
Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body by Michael Mathews
Are you a fitness freak and want to build those muscles you see in movies and television? This book is the ultimate guide for men trying to build muscles. Michael Mathews offers tips for building those muscles without having to spend hours and hours in gym muscle training but instead achieving them with a healthy diet. The book also gives tips on how to save money on extra supplements and instead get them from natural food. Apart from this, Michael also explains why most of the men are not able to see or get the body they want and what is it that they are doing wrong. Strength workouts should be the main focus when it comes to building muscles and not working out more than three to six hours in the gym per week. Start Reading Now
No Sweat by Michelle Segar
Where most of the books are focused on the holistic view of fitness No Sweat takes a different approach. Michelle Segar outlines basic motivational techniques derived from motivational psychology that helps build one long-term mindset help achieve fitness goals. The book is concluded by a four-point plan to follow. Get the Book
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