The way your mind thinks it's the way your body works
so, keep your mind sharp and your body will follow
Just because you're 40, 50, or older doesn't mean your desire to be attractive has vanished, even if it's only subconscious.
I know you've probably married or in a long-term relationship (or perhaps is already gone), and there's something that makes you believe there's nobody in your life for you to be attractive for.
And even if you are right because your wife or partner doesn't care anymore, there is one person and one only that you should be thinking about.
I believe that maintaining a healthy lifestyle through regular exercise and healthy eating habits can lead to a healthy mind, fit body, and increased self-confidence, ultimately leading to the happiness you deserve.
Maintain a healthy lifestyle and include regular exercise and good eating habits in your daily schedule. It will have a positive impact on both your physical and mental well-being.
Regular physical activity helps you improve cardiovascular health, boost energy levels, and reduce stress. Combined with a proper diet, it can contribute to maintaining a healthy weight and reducing the risk of certain diseases.
Taking care of your physical health also directly impacts your mental well-being. Exercise releases endorphins, often called "feel-good" hormones, leading to improved mood and reduced feelings of anxiety and depression.
A healthy mind and body can provide a solid foundation for self-confidence and a positive outlook on life.
While a healthy lifestyle can contribute to your overall happiness, it's important to remember that everyone's journey is unique, and happiness can be influenced by various factors.
However, prioritizing your physical and mental well-being through exercise and good eating habits is undoubtedly a step in the right direction that I encourage you to take.
You made a decision, so what to expect next
At The Begin, There Are Three Stages Of Your Fitness Journey
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." (Lao Tzu)
Stage 1 Months 0-3 (beginner)
So, this is your beginning, and it’s normal not to enjoy exercising every single day.
It's not fun to deal with being out of shape. At this point, it's typical for your motivation and believing is low and your resistance to exercise to be strong. External motivation, such as a trainer or a more experienced buddy, can help, but they will not perform the job for you. If your workout goes well, it will produce sweat, good pain, and discomfort. And because of this, you finally will start to feel that all this makes sense.
Once you've decided to exercise, schedule it on your calendar.
If you want to see results, you should train at least three days a week. Be consistent, on time, and complete the assignment.
At this time, positive improvements include increased mood and better sleep.
You could notice some changes in your body but don't penalise yourself if you don't. 75% of guys leave out at this point, so try to reduce punitive self-talk and be your own greatest supporter.
It's also time to implement good nutrition and well-being habits. This also means taking care of your day-to-day physiological state. If you allow yourself to become depleted, hungry, angry, or weary, your willpower will decline, and you will revert to old behaviours of avoiding pain and pursuing pleasure.
Sleep, adequate nourishment, and physical activity will replenish your being. It will provide you with the energy, willpower, and bravery to take better action and change old habits.
Stage 2 Months 3-12 (still beginner)
You will notice actual bodily changes. Your body adapts to exercise, and training becomes a habit. People begin to take notice that there are some changes in your body and behaviour. You can start working towards specific goals at this point, increasing your overload and diversity. The most important is that you stay disciplined and motivated, so don't lose your focus. Overdoing things at this point will result in burnout, and being sluggish will reverse your hard-earned momentum.
Stage Months 12+ (beginning of the intermediate level)
For You've worked hard to improve your body and health at this time. Motivation has become internal, and exercise has become an established lifestyle habit. Bigger goals, contests, and sporting events may all be utilized to encourage you. Periodize and arrange your training into cycles and patterns to balance a training plateau and prevent sliding into a rut while keeping perspective on the rest of your lifestyle. Consider setting some more important goals for the long run. This might also be a good opportunity to contact a specialized trainer to individualize your training further or obtain additional technical information and abilities.