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Khabib Nurmagomedov of OctaZone Says Consistency Is Important In Life

Many of us are able to set goals and create a plan of action to achieve them. Some of us also start taking actions based on the blueprint of the action plan. However, most of us stop after a while. Most people experience two major problems when it comes to exercise: consistency and finding an […]

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Many of us are able to set goals and create a plan of action to achieve them. Some of us also start taking actions based on the blueprint of the action plan. However, most of us stop after a while. Most people experience two major problems when it comes to exercise: consistency and finding an effective way to achieve their ideal weight as quickly as possible. The concept of ‘ideal weight’ is flexible and highly individual. When we’re consistent, it means we’re dedicated to carrying an activity or completing a task. It means we’re clear on what we want to accomplish and are taking the necessary steps to reach it.

It’s therefore unsurprising that so many would-be solutions to these problems have appeared in recent years, from workout regimens and fitness gurus to dieting apps and expensive classes. Staying motivated is still an issue, not to mention the fact that it’s easy to get confused among so many conflicting regiments, guides, and pieces of advice.

Enter OctaZone, an exercise app by the undefeated UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. The application helps you start your journey and keep at it until you achieve your goals, adapting the fitness plan to suit your needs. Given his incredibly successful UFC career, Khabib Nurmagomedov is nothing short of an expert on keeping in shape. Now, having retired from the ring, he shares his expertise on how no-equipment workouts can work wonders to help you achieve specific goals.

Losing weight

Weight loss is an infamously gruesome journey. But Khabib Nurmagomedov is here with good news: short workouts with no equipment can go a long way towards helping you drop the extra pounds. As a professional fighter, he’s had to lose weight in a healthy way dozens of times to fit into the desired weight category – so he’s the perfect expert to advise weight-loss workout plans.

One of the main reasons why losing weight is such a struggle for most people is that we tend to assume it has to be a grim, all-consuming, difficult process, and get discouraged without even trying. Khabib’s experience and advice, however, demonstrate that simply keeping a consistent, well-planned workout schedule is enough to produce tangible results.

Keeping in shape

Maintaining your ideal weight and body shape takes effort – especially when it’s so easy to fall into bad eating habits, start neglecting exercise, and give in to your own excuses. However, when done regularly and correctly, even short, no-equipment workouts can be enough to keep fit.

Having a personalized workout schedule that features quick, convenient exercises can motivate you to work out more regularly – especially since you’ll soon start to see the results. Virtually everyone would like to either lose or gain weight and to have more discipline where it comes to keeping fit.

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