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Essay-III Process Analysis Spring is coming soon, and the body is looking a little flabby, what can I do to shape up? How can I build lean muscle before spring? Do I need to be an expert at weight training? What if I cannot afford a membership at the gym? Do these questions sound familiar? If they do, I have some very simple solutions to each of these questions. Everyone wants to be able to go to the beach and look good, but these same people do not know how to attain the body to do so. The answers to these questions are as simple as one, two, three. Achieving a well-toned body is attainable by adhering to the following steps. The first step in attaining a well-toned body, is to enjoy the exercise program. It is a known fact that, half the people who start a program drop out within the first three weeks due to the lack of motivation. Several strong determinants can increase the chances of continued participation, such as, spousal support, available time, access to equipment, and enjoying what one is doing. If these few determinants are evident, success is only a heartbeat away. The best way to keep it fun, is to make it feel new each time they do the exercise. Step number two in this process is to keep the program organized. I just do not have time is one of the most frequent excuses for not exercising. As busy adults, we plan our daily schedule around work, school, family and leisure activities. However, working out and exercising needs to be a priority if one wants to truly succeed in the program. The minute we allow ourselves to argue, Do I have the time to work out today? we have already decreased the chances of success. Step three is to make exercise a habit. The most effective way to make exercise a part of the daily routine is to set aside a set time each day, and strictly maintain this schedule from week to week. This not only establishes a habit, pattern, or a custom, but also holds ...

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