One of the most important parts of developing a fitness plan that will deliver results is establishing clear, achievable goals. Re-evaluating your goals, whether strength and endurance building or weight loss, is a great way to build momentum when you’re stuck in your current routine or new to working out. Fog City Fitness works with clients to customize workouts based on their fitness level and history. We understand that getting in shape means something different to everyone, from honing skills for a club sport to building strength and endurance or achieving toning and weight loss goals. Our San Francisco gym prides itself on being a supportive, inclusive environment to empower members to keep pushing their goals.
There’s no way to get around it; cardio is a critical part of any workout plan. Not only is it the most efficient calorie-burner, but it’s also essential for cardiovascular health. If you’re new to working out, starting with daily walks is a great way to ease into the recommended 150 minutes of cardio you should be getting every week.
There are plenty of low-impact ways to raise your heart rate besides running:
Finding exercise you enjoy is essential for starting and maintaining a fitness plan for weight loss.
Incorporating strength training into your workout is essential to achieving and maintaining weight loss. If you haven’t seen results from just cardio in the past, chances are you were missing the critical strength-building component that transforms fat into muscle.
There are many ways to build strength without grinding through reps in a weight room:
Not only does strength training burn calories and tone muscles, but it’s a great way to break up the monotony of cardio.
If you’re bored while exercising, chances are your muscles are too. Staying engaged and excited with your cardio workouts is a great way to keep your motivation up and unlock those endorphins for the elusive “runners high.”
Throwing on your running shoes and hitting the treadmill or jogging through the park is a low-effort way to get your cardio for the week, but it’s tough to push your limits when you’re exercising on your own. Cardio classes are a great way to change your workouts and unlock new motivation. In addition to running, try:
Trying new workouts is a great way to target new muscle groups and stay engaged in your fitness journey.
There is no shortage of DIY guides for working out and weight loss. But nothing compares to the expertise and experience of a personal trainer. At Fog City Fitness, we work one-on-one with our clients to understand their goals and frustrations with previous fitness and workout experiences.
Based on your fitness level, body type, and lifestyle, we’ll help you achieve not only your current goals but those you think are impossible.
I opened Fog City Fitness to provide San Francisco with a supportive workout environment where people could achieve workout goals they never thought possible. I work with clients one-on-one to set goals and then follow through with workout plans that have them crushing personal records week after week. My sole mission is to help my clients achieve fitness––whatever that means to them.
Book a consultation with Fog City Fitness whether you’re looking for help progressing to the next level of your sport, strength building, or weight loss in SF.