HIIT ideas

12 Aug 18
BeneFIT PT’s Guide to Working Out: Pregaming the Plan

Before you can implement the plan, you need to pregame. Say What!?! You need to have the desire and drive to get you to commit to the plan. Using Negative thinking to drive goals are  twofold: 1) Being tired or out of shape, tired of getting out of breath when carrying  kids up the stairs […]

6 Aug 18
BeneFIT PT’s Guide to Working Out: Creating a Plan

Creating a workout plan is crucial to success. The previous posts in this series have led to this post. The basis for starting to work out requires elements of the past posts in this series. It also assumes that you are healthy enough to work out. If you have any health issues, see a medical […]

28 Jul 18
Form a habit by going to the gym BeneFIT PT’s Guide to Working Out: Forming a Habit

So How Long Does it Really Take to Form a Habit? Dr. and Owner of BeneFIT Physical Therapy, Brian Ireland, said when asked this question, “Once I realized that I have been living a lie all these years I started to wonder how long does it take to form a habit.” He came across a […]

21 Jul 18
BeneFIT PT’s Guide to Working Out: What is a Habit

When talking to someone who exercises regularly about their fitness journey, you seemingly come away convinced it is just something that they have always done. When pressed, they often say it’s something they…just do. Oh, there may be a myriad of reasons, weight loss, to stay in shape, for health reasons, “so I can eat […]

15 Jul 18
BeneFIT PT’s Guide to Working Out: Commitment

Realistically, the hardest part of accomplishing any goal is committing to it. A goal and a plan to achieve that goal are useless if you don’t do any of it. For some, they convince themselves that they did enough by making the plan and the goal. That’s the equivalent of putting a DVD into the […]