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Motivating reads for different points of your fitness journey

by Megan Wynd on Monday 13 August 2018
 
Photo cred: bodybyfinch.com 

Finding the right info and guidance when you first start training can be a bit of a pain, especially if you’re heading down the road solo. So here are some motivating reads to point you in the right direction at different stages of your fitness journey, and help you stack on track.  

The 30-Second Body: Eat Clean. Train Dirty. Live Hard.

By Adam Rosante

Getting started is the scary part, where do you even begin? The 30-Second Body answers that question for you. The book has helpful tips for diving head first into training, eating the right stuff and seeing results.  

The best part is you can use this book at any stage of your journey. Rosante takes the guess work out of your workout.   

Happy, Healthy, Strong. How to feel amazing every day

By Rachael Finch

Sure, working out is a major part of your fitness journey, but did you know that exercise only equates for about 25% of maintaining a healthy lifestyle? The rest is influenced by what you eat.  

Rachel Finch’s cookbook is packed with yummy recipes (and wisdom!) to keep you energised and feeling inspired for the road ahead. It can also help you plan meals according to your level of activity and keep you from eating the same old thing.

Yoga The Spirit And Practice Of Moving Into Stillness

By Erich Schiffmann 

It’s all well and good if you’re keeping up with a steady fitness routine, but are you taking time to “zen-out” when you need to? A crowd favourite, Schiffman’s book is a great guide to adding yoga as a complimentary activity to working out.  

Yoga also strengthens your mental health, so not only will you be looking great, you’ll be feeling great too.  

The Fitness Mindset: Eat for energy, Train for tension, Manage your mindset, Reap the results

By Brian Keane

It’s natural that you may lose some steam, particularly if you’ve been going for a few months with the same routine . Reading fitness books that speak to the long term benefits of exercise – not just a yo-yo routine – can help you stay motivated and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

The Fitness Mindset keeps readers excited about their journey and the results they can achieve. So keep progressing and you’ll be reaping the benefits of a healthier lifestyle.  


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