consistency-is-keyYou need to work out five or six days a week if you want to experience dramatic results and optimal health. Most of us haven’t been raised to think that we need such frequent physical activity in our lives. But to be truly on of your game, get results in a short period of time, and feel good and be healthy, you must work your body most days of the week. Improvement and change occur when you do things often. Stopping and starting a routine all the time will kill any momentum you’ve built, and you need momentum to succeed.

Think about it like this: You sleep every day. You eat every day. You brush your teeth every day. What happens when you skip a few nights of sleep? When you don’t eat? If you don’t brush your teeth for a week? There are going to be unpleasant consequences.

Yes, there are some people who don’t like daily workouts and just can’t seem to find the time to do them. They dig in their heels and refuse to get on board. No one is expecting you to lift a car your first day of a new program. You couldn’t physically or mentally handle working your body hard at this point. That’s why starting small is totally acceptable and encouraged. Putting in as little as twenty minutes a day is a great starting point. Or, working out just two or three times a week to begin with. I know many people, both friends and family, who feel they don’t have time to exercise. They’re certainly not headed to the gym for a long workout. However, they can wrap their heads around working out in twenty-minute chunks. That’s doable for them, and it may be doable for you too.

No matter if you’re just beginning, or a seasoned veteran, consistency will coalesce into results. Each session will also become easier, increasing your confidence. If you want to transform your body and your life, stay active most days of the week.





About the Author

Christopher Kazda is a Certified Personal Trainer and a Chiropractic Technician at New Beginnings Chiropractic, 1861 Business Hwy 18/151, Mount Horeb, WI 53572. He is available Monday through Saturday to help you reach your fitness goals.

Please call 715-302-2153 or 608-437-9990, email at, or visit, for more information or to schedule an appointment.