Building your stamina – the right way

Stamina – the energy or “willpower” to get you going further ahead. Most people blames “low-stamina” for their poor amount of exercise they pull off. And often times, they compare themselves to athletes which “seemingly” have more stamina than they do.

This, of course, is true to some extent. Truth is, even athletes were once someone with little stamina. What grew or boosted their stamina was of course, their training routines, proper diet maintenance, and a good amount of rest. And guess what? All three of these factors can be easily adapted by anyone who is serious in building their stamina.

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Good amount of rest is a “no-brainer’. Sleep when you have to, sleep enough (6-8 hours of night sleep would be ideal).

A good amount of sleep will help your body in almost every aspect

Eat healthily – keep an eye on excessive sugar and salt intake, practice the “suku-suku-separuh” approach in eating a full meal – quarter part rice, quarter part meat/fish/poultry, and half part vegetables. This is probably one of the easiest way of keeping your plate clean and diet healthy.

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Eating For Health – How hard can it be?

Start your day with a solid healthy meal, keep up the rhythm until your lunch time where your friends will help you destroy your diet, and late night movies which could not possibly happen without any chips around. Think your life is hard? Think again.

Eating healthy is not too hard to implement really. For most people, its all about keeping the right stuff in your fridge. Whatever it is that is easiest to access, will always become the go-to choice. Its human nature. We tend to pick and choose things that are easy – easier to choose, easier to eat, easier to prepare, and therefore, easier to abide.

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