If you've committed to living a more active and healthy lifestyle, it's easy to get overwhelmed.
Before you know it, you're awash in questions like:
"Am I getting the right kind of exercise?"
"Am I eating too much?"
"Am I eating too little?"
"Are carbs good or bad?"
"Is weightlifting too hard for me?"
And of course, life's most pressing, yet unanswerable question:
"How is Chick-fil-a SO FREAKIN GOOD?"
According to one local fitness expert, the key to becoming more healthy isn't what we think it is.
Brad Weems, co-owner of Thunder Valley Fitness in Johnson City, says it's not about how much you're lifting, how fast you're running, or how sore you feel after a workout.
"Frequency is they key," says Brad. "I don't care what form of movement it is, whether it's walking outside, doing Crossfit, or doing yoga."
He adds that once you've built a consistent habit, then you can begin to tinker with other variables like intensity and duration.