Caution: if you are not a fitness freak, it would be best if you don’t read ahead of this caution. Not that it will demotivate you, but the content shall prove to be quite graphical and exhausting which will be too much for you to deal with.
With that being said, hello, fellow fitness freaks and welcome aboard the finest place that will enlighten you with the day’s routine to bring out the ultimate fitness freak in you. While some of you may be a fitness freak in ever since of the word, others may have just started on a quest on becoming one. So, before we proceed, it is important to know that being a fitness freak requires not just extensive workouts but a lot more than that. Without further ado, here are the components that make up a perfect day in the life of a fitness freak:
Rise & Shine, Sunshine!
From this, you may be getting a picture that waking up as the sun kisses the sky is the pivotal thing to make your fitness freak’s day perfect. Duh, no! Not only must you wake up early in the morning, but you should also follow a light and energetic workout to get you all pumped up for the day. This involves stretching, jogging, some yoga, breathing exercises, jumping jacks and any other morning exercises that you prefer. Oh, and while you’re at your morning workout, don’t forget a good intake of water to stay hydrated.
Breakfast is served!
What follows a good morning workout? That’s right; a good breakfast! Now, I know you like to eat (who doesn’t?), but you need to remember that your breakfast must be low in calories, fat and other stuff that hampers your physical fitness. Thus, to ensure that your morning workout wasn’t a waste-o-time, feast up on eggs (scrambled or boiled), banana bread, milk, yogurt, apples, avocados or just a nutritious shake comprising of fruits, milk/yogurt and nuts. Suffice it to say, there’s a huge menu on breakfast meals, but hey; whatever floats your boat. The bottom line is that feast on fruits, nuts, eggs and dairy products and avoid oily meals at all costs.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking. You’re confused as to where all the time between breakfast and lunch went, right? Well, duh. You’re either a student or an adult who works, so that’s exactly where the time went! Anyway, after a busy day at work or at school, you must treat yourself with a nutritiously fit lunch. Although you can eat meals cooked in oil, prefer olive oil or some other low-calorie oil to cook your meals in. This will keep you fit and healthy.
After you are done with the tedious day at work and have gobbled up your lunch, it’s time to get busy and creative again. Evening is the time when the weather is moderately pleasant, so you know what this calls for? Outdoor activities! Go swimming, skating, rock climbing or whatever outdoor activity calls out to you. You could even go to a gym and flex your muscles with the tempting equipment housed in there.
Your third feast of the day; dinner!
To some of you, dinner is the meal where you can gobble up mostly anything, and this is wrong. Since dinner is the last meal you have before going to sleep, you have to be careful that you don’t eat too much! Again, if I start listing up the healthy meals you can have for dinner, it’ll take forever in every literal sense of the word. To give you a basic idea, you could have a light pasta, spaghetti, steak or any other meal cooked in olive oil or any other low-calorie oil. The fine line between dinner and lunch that’s important to remember is that a) you don’t eat much in quantity, and b) you don’t eat for an hour or two before you sleep.
It’s not bedtime yet.
You may be stuffed with the nutritiously scrumptious dinner that you just had, but your fitness freak does not care about that. What your inner fitness freak wants you to do is to walk for around twenty to thirty minutes right after your dinner. This will aid in quick and healthy digestion of your dinner and will also keep you in fit shape. After this, you could resort to any of your favorite activities other than eating, of course, following which you may go to sleep. While being a night owl has its own benefits, your inner fitness freak abhors that in every way. You should sleep early and get a sleep of maximum eight hours if you are to please your inner fitness freak.
With that, I conclude a perfect day in the life of a fitness freak. As you saw, it’s not just about exercising but rather a combination of the perfect diet, workout, recreational activities and adequate sleep that makes up for a perfect day your inner fitness freak craves for.