~ Dr. Henry S. Lodge
Master bodyweight exercises like squats, lunges, step ups, pushups, pullups, dips, planks, animal walking, climbing, jumping, bounding, crawling, etc. Lift, move, and drag different objects. Perform movements that take you off your center of balance. Use momentum and power (when necessary). Develop basic gymnastics movements. Learn to maneuver your body weight! Then add external loads to continually increase the challenge.
If you TRULY made a commitment to change - you sat down and took an honest look at what you are eating, keeping a food log for a week and identifying areas of improvement, you changed the format of your workouts to be strength based rather than cardio, cardio, cardio, you embrace the idea that a fit body is about changing body composition - not just reducing the number on the scale,
Then you would get results.
Problem is....we "TRY" - half halfheartedly eating better, kind of doing workouts, maybe sticking to this stuff for a week or so... then life gets in the way and we go back to what we have been Doing - the very things that prevent results.
~ Holly Rigsby