Restricting calories and cutting back on carbs in order to get toned legs is always going to create a certain degree of mental discomfort. So anything you can implement that will increase your overall well-being, including your mental well-being, is something that you should look into.
And one area that can benefit you significantly is the optimization of endorphins within your body.
This is the typical workout high that so many people get after their training.
But the key here is to make sure that you’re consistently manipulating your workouts so you can enjoy the largest production of endorphins possible.
Because you have to realize that consistently dieting and consistently doing a large amount of intense leg exercise is not always going to feel good. Especially if you’re working with an extremely tight deadline.
But what exactly do endorphins do in your body?
Well, the increase your mental well-being, they give you a sense of calmness and they also increase your immunity.
So not only do they make you feel good but they also make you healthier.
Now there are two things you have to do to maximize endorphins production.
First, you have to decrease rest periods during your leg workout.
Second, you have to do more exercise per workout.
In other words, you have to continually push yourself during your leg training so you can enjoy the biggest secretion of endorphins.
If you simply do the same type of workout with the same type of intensity day in and day out you will never be able to maximize the secretion of endorphins.
But even worse, doing the same type of intensity in the same type of exercise will also make you hit a plateau.
Your body will adapt to your leg training regimen and you’ll simply stop burning calories and fat.
So constantly challenging yourself in your workouts and consistently doing different types of workouts will not only boost indoor from production in your mental will being, but it will also prevent you from hitting a stagnant plateau.
So all you have to do now is start really pushing yourself in your workouts to get all these benefits.