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Use DVDs: You've got a terrific start with all that equipment! I'm a huge fan of p90, p90x and related dvds as they are holistic and cycle through resistance, aerobic and endurance workouts. Dbs and a mat should be more than enough. The treadmill for climbing (spare the joints!) can provide some variety to your aerobic training. With a small tv monitor and dvd player you're "in business! ". ...Read more
In-Home DVDs: I'm a huge fan of the beachbody line of in-home dvds and subscribe to many of them myself. Check out p90 & p90x. Any truly effective programs like these are not easy, in the sense that pushing oneself at least somewhat, is essential in order to make progress & derive benefits. That said, one should never exceed the comfort zone suggested by responsible medical advice. ...Read more
In-Home DVDs: I am a huge fan of beachbody's line of in-home dvds and subscribe to many of them myself. Check out p90 &; p90x. Any truly effective programs like these are not easy, in the sense that pushing oneself at least somewhat, is essential in order to make progress & derive benefits. That said, one should never exceed the comfort zone suggested by responsible medical advice. ...Read more
Amount of exercise: Start slow and combine, aerobic, strength and flexibility. Start with three exercises per day at at least 12 reps and add additional exercise every few days. ...Read more
Need some home workouts routines to get abs and chest & to be muscular. I'm 62kg & have a height of 1.78m. Any recommended nutritions to be taken.
Personal trainer: The best way to safely start a new work out routine is to work with a personal trainer. This way they can make sure you have the proper form while performing exercises. If you don't, you'll hurt yourself and that's more time away from the gym. Form is much more important for building muscle than using heavy weights. ...Read more
What is a healthy workout routine that tones my butt, thighs, arms, and abdomen, that I can do at home with no equipment?
Isotonic a: And gymnastic like exercises against gravity, plenty out there, check internet. ...Read more
I would suggest aerobic exercise such as
running/ walking, cycling, swimming 3-5x/wk
i would also recommend flexibility exercises
along with strength exercises for lower and
upper extremities along with core strengthening
the key is to be consistent and not go overboard and get injured. ...Read more
Here some suggestion:
Daily exercise is important for good health. Since you have realized its importance, here is how to proceed: Find a suitable time that you devote to exercise on a regular (daily, if possible) basis, You can either go to Gym or exercise at home or near you home (Walking daily is one such option).
Start slowly with muscle stretching exercises and increase the duration from 10 minutes to 30 mins daily. ...Read more
I Can Suggest..: First, that you spend some time thinking about your specific fitness goals. Clearly you'd like to feel more vigor, physicality, robustness, mental clarity, as well as reduce your disease risk profile. A routine should not be static, but should change regularly as your body adapts to the challenges of any one routine. Involve all muscle groups, including the heart and lungs to increase endurance. ...Read more
Need Both: I assume that you want these things in order to help lose weight, but if that is wrong, I apologize. Successful weight loss requires diet and exercise in most cases. It is good to start with small achievable goals, like walking 20-30 min 4-5 days a week and the when that is easy increase to more time or run. Diet wise cut out junk food or snacks and start with little changes. ...Read more
Lots of reasons: A workout routine is simply a collection of exercises grouped together to achieve a particular goal. That goal is the reason people do it, and it varies from person to person. Some do it to lose weight, others to gain weight, some do it to improve endurance, sometimes it's sports specific, and some do it simply because it makes them feel good. ...Read more
You haven't told: Us what your routine is - so it is difficult to tell you what to change. Please clarify and re-ask. ...Read more
Slowly: Get a trainer. They can help you navigate the machines. Go into gym non peak to avoid crowds and meatheads and have access to machines. Start slowly 2-3x per week 2-3to sets of 15-20. What are your goals? ...Read more
Depends on Goals: Increases in endurance, aerobic capacity and strength are laudable goals but each requires its own set of exercise. Targeting all 3 goals requires a schedule of rotating exercise routines, sufficient rest and consistent clean nutrition. You can create your own routines or follow those recommended by qualified fitness trainers. In-home dvds on the market can be helpful; look at p90, p90x, etc. ...Read more
Figure Out: Your fitness goals and the routines to accomplish them can be sourced more easily. At this stage, your question is too broad to answer specifically. In general, in-home dvd programs try to target all areas of fitness. So, have a look! ...Read more
Resistance Training: Read, "slo burn fitness revolution" by fred hahn. Resistance training done in a novel slow way is the only appropriate form of exercise. 30 min 2x/ wk. Aerobic exercise is not metabolically positive and creates a stress response. Brain thinks, life threatening stress with release cortisol and adrenaline. No help for weight loss. For women it causes infertility, low estrogen...And more. ...Read more
Consider working: With a personal trainer to learn the best cardio & strength training regimen for you. ...Read more
Work out: Please see your doctor to make sure you are healthy enough to work out. Then have a few sessions w/a trainer at your gym to help you create a routine that is tailor-made for you. Talk w/friends about what their routine is like. The above helps the experience to be safe and productive. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Work out more: For someone your age try working out 5 days a week for a minimum of 30 min (jog, bike, swim etc.). If u follow this for the next few months you should be feeling more 'fit' and more energetic. Best of luck. ...Read more
Probably: Eating sufficient calories is the usual problem for athletes training strenuously. Further, eating throughout the day-every 3-4 hours-will assure adequate "fuel" for your workouts. Protein and essential fatty acids will become important, too. Getting 20-30g of protein in around breakfast time is an appropriate way to start the day. ...Read more
Consistency is key:
There are as many workout routines as one can imagine. I think the most important thing is to find a schedule that you can and will stick with. Vary your routine. Aerobic exercise stimulates the circulation so running, fast walking swimming are effective.
Resistance and weight training increases muscle strength so use weights of moderate weight to your routine.
Be sure to drink plenty of water. ...Read more
See books: Best bet is to see the training manuals and books on this. There are many, so go to store and page through many to find the best for you. Joe Friel has a good "training bible", among others. Much depends on what level tri you are doing. Find a local tri club and get as much info as you can -- we all enjoy helping the "Newbies" - we were once there. Go to USAT online for good info. Best of luck. ...Read more
Walking: The best form of exercise when you have never done anything is walking 30 minutes/day or the eliptical. Changing up your routine with weights, classes will prevent boredom and more compliance. ...Read more
How much time...: Do you have? In-home dvds (p90x if you are already in decent shape) should do the trick...If you're consistent and follow all guidelines. Enjoy! ...Read more
Burnout: Can affect you on a physical level. However, by changing up the intensity of your workouts will also help prevent burnout. Take care. ...Read more
What are common websites that can generate a custom workout-routine based on physical characteristics?
Check these out...:
Start here; there are many such web sites.
http://fitness-websites. No1reviews. Com/exercise-websites. Html. ...Read more