If you have been active in fitness activities and dieting for a prolonged period of time, chances are you are wondering how you can be better. After any more than six months in a particular routine, you may start to ask yourself questions like - How can I lose more weight? How can I tone up? How can I get faster?
This is a very normal progression of development, particularly if you have just recently started your fitness and/or nutrition program. You've been disciplined, you've worked out four to five times a week, you've dieted as prescribed and you're pleased with the results. But now, you want more!
It's a natural inclination to want to build on your initial positive results, but you'll probably have to change up your routine. Once our bodies get adjusted to a certain routine and diet, you will not burn as many calories because you get too efficient at what you've been doing.
The following articles from http://www.runnersworld.com/ and http://www.sparkpeople.com/ offer some great strategies as to how you can easily change your fitness and nutrition activities for even better results! Check out this post from Leslie Goldman of Runner’s World -- http://tinyurl.com/cprt7a and this post on “plateau busters from Nicole Nichols -- http://tinyurl.com/eotoz.