Choosing the Right Workout for Your Unique Personality

November 23, 2016 /  No Replies

There are so many different fitness crazes and trends these days that it can be difficult to know where to begin if you’re looking to embark on a fitness journey. However, it’s important to remember that there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all fitness routine; you’ll want to find workouts to suit your one-of-a-kind personality if you’re going to stay motivated and committed. Not sure where to start? We’ve got some ideas…

If You’re an Extrovert

If you have a “Type A” personality where you love meeting new people, being in social settings, and being in-control, then group fitness classes are a great option. In a group fitness class, you’ll get the social support and interaction you crave while still being part of a structured workout settings. You may even meet some new friends along the way! No matter where your interests lie (yoga, Pilates, spinning, etc.), you’re sure to find a group class that suits you.

If You’re More of an Introvert

On the other hand, if you have more of a “Type B” personality, you may feel uncomfortable in group workout settings and will likely be better suited for a solo workout routine. Introverts tend to do best with at-home workout programs, so consider picking up a workout DVD and setting up your own home gym. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy or expensive; a 10×10 space with a yoga mat and some free weights is really all you need to get in a great sweat session.

If You Get Bored Easily

If you’re the type of person who is never satisfied and always looking to try something new and different, switch up your workouts as much as possible. This might mean taking part in a yoga class one day and rocking an hour on the elliptical machine the next day. The more variety you have, the less likely you are to grow bored.

If You’re Super Analytical

For the type of person who is very analytical and tends to overthink things, you may be best served by signing up for a session with a personal trainer. These professionals can sit down with you, analyze your current fitness levels and lifestyle, and help you come up with an actionable fitness routine that helps you reach your goals.

No matter what your personality, there’s a workout program out there for you. Which will you try?


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