Because most workouts are designed to break down, stress out, wear out and constantly “max out” the body, most people start, peak-out, and quit in a very short period of time. Most of us decide to work out for the wrong purposes, e.g.: “I need to lose weight for my sister’s wedding next month”; “I want to fit in my new jeans”; “I want to be buff”; “I wanna lift a lot of weight”; etc.
The real purpose of a fitness training program is to work out to stay fit, strong and to experience a better quality of life.-Hector Sectzer
Longevity in the fitness area of your life will only be experienced if the decision to work out is the correct one. The real purpose of a fitness training program is to work out to stay fit, strong and to experience a better quality of life. Weight loss, toned and firmer bodies, better digestion, better-looking skin, less stress, etc., are merely the positive side effects of proper work outs designed to keep you healthier and happier.