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Exercise: As a start, try exercises that really don't require coordination such as a stationary bike or elliptical machine. Also, instead of free weights, try resistance training with machine weights. Consider hiring a trainer as well. As you exercise, your coordination may improve and then you can add different routines. ...Read more
Get teen involved: The first way to make this successful is to get the teen involved. A healthy diet will include drinking mostly water (no soda, no juice, limited caffeine). Also, strive for 5 servings of fruits and veggies everyday - and to focus on lean protein, whole grains, beans, and fruits and veggies with limited sugar. A healthy exercise routine includes a combo of strength training and cardio work. Enjoy ...Read more
Start slow: The key to starting a work out is to start slow and build, most people try and do too much too quickly and get sore or injured. Start with 10 minutes of walking at a brisk pace and build from there adding 3-5 minutes every 2-3 work outs. When you can walk comfortably for 30-45 minutes then try jogging, eliptical, or stair climbing or adding hand weights but cut your time by half and then build up. ...Read more
What do you advise if i want a good, effective workout plan that i will start seeing results from fast!?
Kickboxing: If you can find a good class this will work all muscle groups ...Read more
2nd month on a workout plan with weights and cardio. Last 4 weeks only lost 2lbs :( but 11 inches, what is the norm for inches lost?
Intervals : Interval workouts at shorter length race pace help. Mile repeats at Marathon pace. 400m at mile pace. Etc. teach your body to run at the pace you desire at shorter repeated intervals ...Read more
Workout: Sorry, since you are not 16 we can't offer advice. Write back when you become of age. ...Read more
Interval training: The best exercise you can do is a combination of cardio and strength training, called interval training. Using cardio and light weights you gain muscle. I use the nike training club app on my phone. There are likely interval classes at your local gym. If you calculate your calorie needs based on age/weight/height, you can determine # of calories to lose. My fitness pal is another great app. ...Read more
Consult with peds: I would first consult with your pediatrician about the child's growth curve and consider nutrititional consultation. I would be less concerned with strength training than fitness training. ...Read more
Requires effort: I am not aware of any 5 day work out plan that is going to get your bigger and more athletic. Any true gains in strength and physical performance require regular training for at least 6-8 weeks to see visible improvement. ...Read more
So i need help. Im not doing football this year so i need to get tougher and faster can anyone give me a a workout plan to get me fit?
Crossfit: Do the wod at least 3 times a week if you can. Otherwise i would google "sprint 8" and try that. ...Read more
There's no such : Thing as natural spot fat loss. You need to lose weight in general ; a certain % will be abdominal fat. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. To tighten ab's do crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge ; “bicycling” exercise on your back. Engage in regular aerobic exercise. ...Read more
Start slow: Cardiovascular training 3-4 times per week and light weight, high repetition weightlifting 3 times per week. You should train with someone knowledgable with training techniques. Safe training will prevent injury. ...Read more
Walking: Yes it is as long as you have a 5min cool down after the fast walk. ...Read more
Variable.: The best are in shape and have a college degree with certification from the national strength and conditioning association! they should also have basic cardiac life support certification. ...Read more
Yes: It is recommended that we have 150min/week of exercise so that's a great beginning. As you become stronger you may want to add weights or increase the speed at which you do your exercises to continue improving your health. ...Read more
Best advice: Join a health club, hook up with an AT-C & work 1 on 1, & set up a program suitable 4 Ur abilities. Follow the program, even join semi private sessions. This keeps U working, meet new friends, & because U R paying 4 it U will B motivated 2 keep going. A good program alternates, 1 day cardio 1 day weigh training, interposed with a day of rest. Adequate hydration & protein intake. ...Read more
Any Plan: That incorporates (1) endurance, (2) aerobic conditioning (cardiovascular fitness), (3) strength and (4) neuromuscular integration and stretching will do the trick. Throw in a clean, unprocessed diet and you're in business. Brisk walking or jogging, resistance training with bands or weights, yoga and stretching done in alternation 5-6 days a week is an example. Get a physical first! ...Read more
Muscle mass: Use protein supplement. Keep carbs low. Do a weight lifting routine 2-3 days per week. Add cardio for 30 minutes 3 days a week. ...Read more
Weight loss: I put together routines from bodybuilding.Com. They have great articles on circuit training. Now, I have to stress this, abs are made in the kitchen! eating healthy, high protein, mod carb, mod fat will induce a more rapid weight loss in addition to the circuit training then circuit training alone. Rapid weight loss is always rapidly put back on, so find something u can do longterm. ...Read more
Interval training: The best form of exercise you can do is a combination of cardio and strength training, called interval training. Using cardio and light weights you gain muscle and increase your overall fitness. I use the nike training club app on my phone. There are likely interval classes at your local gym. You can specifically target your abs as well, with workouts that have more abs. Good luck! ...Read more
Can you give me an idea on a workout plan to help lose weight that includes when I should take the protein meal replacements i just got?
Bigger Arms.: These exercises help to build arm muscle: push downs, pin presses, dumbbell wrist curls, dips, rolling extensions, barbell wrist curls, preacher curls, chin ups, lying barbell triceps extensions, thick grip curls, concentration curls & lying dumbbell triceps extensions. Work with a trainer to learn more ways. ...Read more