September 1, the time to take up your (sports) routine

September 1, the time to take up your (sports) routine

After a lovely holiday, the moment soon comes when everyone has to go back to school or work. Sports are often put on the back burner after this period. Moreover, early September guarantees the daily morning chaos. Every holiday again, you make resolutions to do better this time, unfortunately. 3Action would like to support you in the morning chaos and finding your sports routine.

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After the holidays, sports are often put on the back burner. Much to your regret when you decide to go for it with new sports goals. However, many forget that less movement is associated with loss of fitness and capacity. A smart approach to finding your training rhythm can quickly prevent injuries and other inconveniences. Small changes can lead to significant results, and we are happy to help you on your way!


1. Start slowly and build up basic fitness first

The biggest mistake most athletes make after an inactive period is to start where they left off. In other words, putting in too much effort. The temptation is, of course, great to jump right in. Unfortunately, the risk of injuries and discomfort is high because of this. First, try to focus on your basic condition by increasing your volume at a low intensity. See this as an excellent opportunity to build up your aerobic base, which will give you many benefits later! Don't forget your recovery after a workout. Your body needs extra attention after a break to recover. A sports nutrition with sufficient protein (e.g., whey, casein, recovery shake, or protein oats on the go) offers a solution.

2. Set a goal

If you don't know why you are doing something, it will be more challenging to stick to it. Setting sports goals will keep you motivated. However, it is essential that it is your goal and that you get excited about it. Make both short-term and long-term sports goals to keep it engaging.

3. Choose a fixed training moment

A fixed training moment often makes it easier to maintain and plan a sports routine. After a while, you fall into a habit, and it takes less and less effort. If you consistently stick to your regular times, your body will adapt.

4. Meet up with sports buddies

Your motivation may have bottomed out after the holidays. You will have to go through this moment, and a sports buddy can help you with this. You can motivate each other when things get a little more difficult and the step to cancel at the last minute is higher. It gives you something to hold on to. Moreover, exercising with two or a group is much more fun.

5. Reward yourself

There is no better way to stay motivated to exercise than through rewards. New sports clothes or equipment always provide that little bit extra.


Not everyone is able to exercise every day, but exercise is possible. Try going for a walk during your lunch break or doing some muscle exercises in the evening. Something is better than nothing. For breakfast, we are happy to help you with 3Action Protein oats on the go to make the mornings a little less chaotic. Thank us later!












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