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If what you are lifting makes you feel like you are testing your limits, pull back. Drop a plate, drop a set. It is far more important to move forward right after a setback, than to level up. Once upon a time, in my early twenties, I decided to do two tae kwon do classes back to back the day after I thought I recovered from a bug. Cardio (minimum amount of activity): At least 150 minutes of moderate cardio throughout the week.
It can be replaced with at least 75 minutes of intense cardio throughout the week or a combination of both. Strength training (highly recommended): Exercises involving major muscle groups on two or more days a week. It can also improve your flexibility and help reduce soreness after your workout. Simply start your workout with some aerobic exercises like arm swings, leg kicks and walking lunges. After the first week of flexibility and light cardio, start to incorporate strength workouts into your routine. (Try this gentle strength training workout for getting back into the gym.) Your time away from fitness probably involved a lot of sitting, which causes weakness in your posterior chain.
Well,you should be very motivated to exercise, You are facing a major challenge to do so, comming back from a addiction, im sure some lung damage,and you are 16 years older,You will never quite be as strong or fast as before, I too returned to exersise 2 month’s ago after a opiate addiction, cigs, and pot.,so do like do,i will be the fittest. Given all the benefits of exercise, age is no reason not to start right away. Bell has a number of tips for people starting an exercise routine after 50.
First of all, she recommends post 50s start realistically remembering to carefully consider the amount of time and energy they can spend on working out as many people who are new to exercise. Start by doing one set of exercises targeting each of the major muscle groups. Bryant suggests using a weight at which you can comfortably perform the exercise eight to 12 times in a set.
Train three days this first week, performing just one exercise per bodypart in each session. It’s important that you have a day of rest between each workout to allow your body to recover; this makes training Monday, Wednesday and Friday—with Saturday and Sunday being rest days—a good approach. Pick a cardio movement, like jump squats, mountain climbers, or high knees.
Do one for 20 seconds of all-out intensity, and then rest for 60 seconds. Repeat three or four times; or, do 20 seconds. Starting up a workout routine in your own home addresses all of these problems, and it’s much easier than you may think.
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|from The Paleo Diet for Athletes: The Ancient Nutritional Formula for Peak Athletic Performance|
|from Becoming a Personal Trainer For Dummies|
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|from The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis|
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