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Hakar Mahmoud on Achieving Fitness Goals and Leading a Healthier Life

Brand Voice
·3-min read

You see Hollywood stars every other day on TV and think how they keep themselves so fit. Well, it’s not just about playing the role of a movie; Hollywood stars know that if they are not fit, they may not be considered for another show or film. It’s that motivation that keeps them going. Similarly, you need to find your motivation to achieve your fitness goals.

According to Hakar Mahmoud, a Swedish fitness influencer, achieving your fitness goals is the secret ingredient to leading a healthier life. But to achieve your fitness goals, you need patience and dedication.

Setting small goals

Hakar Mahmoud didn’t become a fitness celebrity overnight. It took him years to reach the level where he’s at today. How did he become one of the most popular fitness influencers in Hollywood? Hakar’s first step was to set small fitness goals. He even advises his followers to do the same thing. When you set realistic goals, you increase your chances of achieving them. Once you reach the first one, you put a slightly more challenging target the next time. This process keeps you in the hunt to achieve more.

Fitness and digital marketing are two things he is good at. But he didn’t want to rush his decision simply because Hollywood was in his mind. He worked towards his fitness every day and also started his digital marketing business. Once he was able to impress his clients with his fitness programs, he started using his digital marketing skills to promote fitness instructions. This was the turning point in his career as word spread to many Hollywood celebrities who later joined his fitness program.

Confidence to cross the line

Hakar understands that the work schedule of his clients often prevents them from achieving their fitness goals. This is a problem that thousands face every day. But he points out that while work will help you earn money for leading a luxurious lifestyle, your health will enable you to enjoy that lifestyle to the fullest. If you can’t find time to work out, tweak your daily routine to achieve your fitness goals.

For example, if you can’t work out in the morning, make sure you come back from work early and exercise. Many people feel that missing a day at the gym isn’t a big deal. Hakar agrees. But he also warns that once you start missing your workout sessions, you may feel lethargic.

Your mind prevents your body from going to the gym and working out. You tend to feel that you can work out for a few more minutes the next day. But that’s not how fitness works. You need to train your mind to keep working hard, even if you feel tired.

According to Hakar, achieving your fitness goal gives you the confidence to meet your next target. It’s a continuous process that enables you to lead a healthier life.

Health and fitness are two aspects of your life that you shouldn’t ignore as they not only improve the way you look but your overall health at the same time. Hakar believes that anyone can lead a healthy life if they are confident about achieving their fitness goals. And the first step to achieving your fitness goals is starting small to gain the confidence you need to move on to the next step.

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