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Workout Routine To Get Ripped
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: Using weights and/or bands combined with 5-6x/day clean eating is required to increase leg mass. Alternatively, consider cycling with an emphasis on interval training (sprints, climbs) to approach your anaerobic threshold and stimulate muscle growth. Repetitive and lower intensity workouts (running, jogging, aerobics) probably won't be as successful. Good luck! ...Read more
Walk: If you are just starting an exercise program, start with just walking 30minutes 5x/week. As you become stronger, change it to two short days of 30 minutes but faster pace, one medium day at medium speed for 45 minutes and then one long day of 60 minutes but slower paced this way you train your body to burn fat and sugar. Gentle restorative yoga or tai chi, swimming or a reclining bike are good. ...Read more
Start slow.: Don't hit it too hard too fast. Start slow, maybe twenty minutes of light cardiovascular work to get your feet wet. As this becomes easier, lengthen your sessions and go harder. Start with twenty minute sessions and increase duration and intensity from there. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I used to train a lot and be fit but now im fat. I want to get back into my old workout routine but is it safe? I was 185lbs then but now im 256lbs
Workout: No, start slow. If you want to lose weight, then diet control is also important. Working out without proper diet control will not produce the results you want. Because of your previous ankle fracture, find a plan of action from your physical therapist on what steps to take next. If you haven't had a physical therapist evaluate you yet, get a referral (usually routine after ankle fracture). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When can I exercise again after labiaplasty? I feel best when i exercise regularly. Will I have to wait long after my labiaplasty to get back to my regular workout routine?
1st U need no sub-Q-: -fat then a program of sit ups, crunches. A very aggressive routine should also include cardio as well as a good core program. An AT-C @ a health club can tailor a program 2 fit Ur goals & ability. BUT if you have sub-Q fat it will develop but it will not B visible. ...Read more
I have devolped a workout routine for myslef but want to encouter the afterburn effect and become ripped. What do I need to do?
Key is diet: I'm glad you're exercising. Do it both for looks and fitness. You'll get your definition as you burn more calories than you eat, and as your fitter body actually asks for less food -- you'll distinguish true hunger from wanting to eat for no reason. Afterburn is something you'll discover on our own as you continue. ...Read more
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