For physical trainers Rodrigo Gardoño NS Rodrigo de OvandoFrom the 54D Program, physical exercise is undoubtedly one of the great allies of people who They strive to be in shapeBeing at a healthy weight reduces your risk of developing diseases in the future.
Former Mexican footballers, who are they Became visible on social media For their free Instagram lessons during quarantine, they spoke exclusively on the show VIP people Relayed via Facebook, they revealed some tricks to stay motivated for training.
De Ovando said it’s all about attitude, not negotiating with the mind when training. Understand that the best way to end laziness is to go to work and that even listening to music also plays an important role.
“Sometimes the days are complicated and it doesn’t feel like starting, but you have to have the best attitude possible, make yourself feel it, stop and move on because what you won’t do for you, no one will do get up and get on your feet! Freshen yourself up with good little music and once To start your body there is no stopping you. For me, the most important thing is to always have a positive attitude and that is a conscious decision.”
Garduño agreed with his fitness partner and added that it’s important for people to be aware of the culture of prevention and not wait until they have a health condition to make the decision to take care of their bodies.
“Unfortunately, humans always worry and want to start doing things because they have a problem, there are a lot of us who don’t have a problem. [de salud]”, He said.
“Why do we have to wait until we have someone to take care of our body and diet? I think that’s the message: ‘For you who have nothing, don’t allow yourself to have it.'” It is a great opportunity for you to start training and gain a habit that will allow you to enjoy a better quality of life in the future.”
Garduño and De Ovando offer free lessons through their Instagram account every Saturday starting at 11:00 AM ET.
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