Tips to Find Boot Camp Discipline at Home Guest Post December 22, 2015 Lifestyle, Lifestyle How to The boot camp style exercise has become extremely popular. However, if you are unable to attend, for any reason, you can still reap the benefits of these type of workouts, right from home. With a little discipline and planned workouts, you can easily get all the benefits of these workouts without the costly membership of organized groups. Establish a Goal A principle of any boot camp is to have a goal, using the CSMART method: C-Challenge S-Specific M-Measured A-Attainable R-Realistic T-Timely You should work toward this goal each day. Also, do not be too hard on yourself if you slip up. The worst thing you can do is quit; keep moving forward toward your daily goals. Create a Food Journal Although you may not think that extra muffin at work will make a difference, the “extra” calories will quickly add up. If you consume an extra 500 calories a day that equals out to a pound of fat added each week. Drink Plenty of Water Drinking water throughout the day will have many benefits. It helps you feel full, reducing the urge to snack and helps to flush out harmful toxins, helping the body to work more efficiently. You should drink at least 64 ounces daily, however if you are exercising more is necessary. Try a glass of hot water and lemon slice in the morning for a refreshing cleanse for your entire system. Exercise Every Day A boot camp exercise program typically meets each day, either in the morning or afternoon for a session of high intensity exercises. You should incorporate at least one exercise session daily to achieve similar results. You should combine strength and cardio training and the session should last at least 30 minutes. Be sure that you have the right gear to exercise in. If you are wondering about the type of gear that is best, check out some Fabletics reviews online. Boot camp classes are highly successful, mainly because you are working out with others. You can support and encourage each other. If you find yourself slacking on the workout or nutrition, you may consider asking a friend or family member to join you. You can also start a “mini boot camp” at work. Walk the stairs or perimeter of your work building on your lunch break. Get other office members involved and this will provide a fun way to lose weight, without having to pay the costly enrollment fees that many boot camp classes require. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.