Fitness 11 Fitness Habits Every Girl Should Develop In Their 20s

11 Fitness Habits Every Girl Should Develop In Their 20s

workout-for-girlsAccording to a study in the journal Psychology of Sport and Exercise, Germany those who were the healthiest in their young adult years were also the healthiest in their older years.

Some of the pro tips for your 20s are:

Strength Training

Make this fitness habit stick. Whether it is weights or circuit training, strength training is the best for your body.

Keep Yourself Hydrated

No matter how many times you see this you won’t drink enough. Tip: drink some water every time you check your phone!

Variation Is The Key

Follow just one regime, you will plateau earlier. Instead mix ‘em up, do cross- training activities- yoga, hiking- each week.

Take a Rest Day

Always have a rest day as a part of your workout routine to help your body recover.

Learn correctly and never cheat

Circuit training and weight lifting requires learning in their proper forms or there could be serious repercussions to your body. Ask your trainer the hows and whats to get a better understanding.

Wear Your Shoes Right 

According to doctors and fitness experts rotate your running shoes or risk getting injuries that could sideline you for days.

Eat Right Post Workout

Drink low- fat chocolate milk, a good combination of proteins and carbs replenished by those workouts.

Warm Up Pre And Post Exercise

If you don’t stretch for five minutes before and after your workouts, you might set yourself up for injuries in your older life.

Make Workout A Part Of Your Daily Schedule 

Just like you brush your teeth and take a shower, make workout as necessary as those.

Pay Attention to Your Body

Listen to what your body says. Tune in to your body’s needs and feelings.

Yoga and Pilates for Posture

They negate the effects of sitting in front of the computer for hours.

Exercising is a way of releasing pent- up energy. Whether it is pilates or aerobics, the key is to have fun. You should actually look forward to those sessions, not dread them.