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Steve Cook is one of the most recognizable faces in the Fitness Industry. He is best noted for being an IFBB pro Men’s Physique Competitor, Optimum Nutrition and Spokes Model, international fitness Model, as well as the founder of Swoldier Nation. Playing football for Dixie State College and earning a BS degree in Integrated Studies (Biology/Psychology) gave Steve the foundation and experience to achieve a successful career in competitive bodybuilding. From benching 205 lbs in the 6th grade to gaining his pro card in 2010 to winning countless Men’s Physique shows, Steve aims to be a constant motivator for people worldwide. 

Today, Steve works to entertain and educate large audiences on fitness and health through a variety of online medias. Utilizing corporate partnerships and embarking on self-driven passion projects, Steve aims to redefine how exercise is perceived across the world.

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A Easy But Effective Way To Lose Fat After 30, 40, 50 ,60
When trying to get into shape, it is very important to be motivated. Set concrete goals for yourself, and find ways to keep your enthusiasm high. Make sure you keep your exercise routine as fun as possible for quality results. Try rewarding yourself with less traditional, but fun exercises to mix things up a bit. Consider adding a few of the following strategies to keep your fitness plan focused.

Using your favorite music during your workout gets you moving. By listening to music, you can increase your motivation to work out. Dancing with the beat is a great way to get moving and stay in shape. Follow the rhythm and cut loose. Make it a good time. If you let yourself get lost in the music, it might just take you away, and you will get extra exercise in that you didn't even realize was exercise because you were having fun.

Friends are the best motivators. Engaging in lively conversation with a companion distracts you from the physical activity in which you are participating, making the workout seem shorter. Both of you will see how fast the weight can come off when exercising together.

Fitness video games allow you to have some fun, instead of just enduring another grueling workout. Lots of cool video games are out there that can aid you in fitness and weight loss. The best aspect of having fun while you work-out is that your mind will be busy having fun, and will not notice the work you are putting in.

Purchase a workout outfit that you feel comfortable in; it will help you get adjusted to your workout routine sooner. Exercise clothes are very fashionable and made with some great performance fabrics that keep you cool and comfortable. You might be surprised at all the selections there are to chose from. Sometimes, just donning that cute outfit provides enough motivation to make you go to the gym and work out.

Repeating, repeating, repeating the same workout is boring, boring, boring. You will want to change it often and add new and exciting things to it as you go along. Productivity is affected by boredom. You may lose faith entirely and stop your work out if you don't have the right determination. Keep your routine varied. Variety is important to keeping yourself interested in work outs. By allowing yourself to cease working out, you put yourself at risk of eliminating the benefits you have already achieved.

Reward yourself for a job well done. Even simple rewards can work wonders. To reward yourself, buy a small chocolate bar or a book you have been wanting. Reward yourself by getting something that you have put off purchasing. Working for something you really want will give you more motivation.

Exercise can be wonderfully entertaining. There is no reason for it to be anything but enjoyable. Many workout options exist which can make exercise seem like fun. This article discusses practical information that you can use right away to plan your workouts.

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