How to increase stamina for exercise?

Stamina is one of the biggest factors for the workout. I see many beginners who quit after 10-20 minutes of workout because of the lack of stamina. The person who has great stamina can perform better than who have less stamina. But don’t worry about this I will tell you some tips that can help you to increase your stamina while working out in the gym.
How to increase stamina for exercise
How to increase stamina for exercise

Avoid Fast Foods

The first thing you need to do for increasing stamina is to stop eating fast foods. Fast foods are not healthy for our health. So eat healthy foods. 


Go Slow

You can't build stamina in a day, it takes time. So if you are into high-intensity workouts, alternate between the workouts and recovery. That will ensure that you work out for longer and build your endurance over time. Start with 40 minutes of running at an easy pace and gradually increase throughout the week until you can manage to run for an hour. If you are a beginner you have to go for light weights and more reps. It will build your stamina as well as muscles also.


Increase Incline

Running or biking up a hill can be beneficial for you but it's also a great way to increase calorie burning process and stamina at the same time. If you prefer working indoors, then gradually increase the incline on your treadmill. If you are exercising outdoors, find an inclined slope. This will make working out at flat surfaces easier as they help build stamina.


What should Eat Before the Workout?

The meal before the workout is very important. Let me clear this thing, If you eat heavy meals before workout then you will not be able to do a good workout session. Don't eat anything before 1 hour of workout. You can eat natural foods that contain protein, vitamins, and minerals. If you heard about "creatine" it is a supplement used for muscle building and stamina. You can take it before 1 hour of workout. 

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Strength Training

Strength training helps you to build muscles. If you only rely on cardio, it can lead to muscle breakdown since your body is looking for fuel. So apart from giving your body the required food, you need to include 30-60 minutes session of strength training to your weekly regimen to counteract any effects of depletion.
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