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Share it: In a survey I conducted for a newsletter, I asked potential and current personal training clients why they wished to hire a personal trainer. Far and away the top response was “lack of motivation.” In fact, that and “no time” are. Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak says that going to the gym should only be used as a way to tone muscles. You can get fit by eating healthy and staying active outside of the gym. If you do go to the gym, you really only need to spend 30 minutes there at the most, since you should only be targeting certain body parts and not doing cardio.
Go to the gym once, and the results can be hard to see. Collect a check at the gym, and the results are in your pocket. But let’s assume you can’t find somebody to pay you to work out (a likely. People who have just started going to the gym or who don’t have much time to go usually decide to the gym once or twice a week. While this is a good way to maintain a basic level of fitness, this frequency is not enough for your body to adapt to new muscle work, so you won’t see physical changes or an improvement in your athletic performance.
Once you’re committing to staying fit, you don’t want anything come between you and your workout. Even when you’re on a tight schedule, you find a way to fit in an exercise session. Fortunately, when you’re exercising at home, that’s not so hard to do.
If you’re more of an endurance athlete (running, cycling, swimming) then you fall in the middle, Cooper says. Someone in the middle needs more than the casual gym-goer, but you don’t need as much as someone doing hard-core strength training. Most.
Not only is it the most boring piece of equipment in the gym, it is also extremely ineffective. First off, the elliptical doesn’t use a natural body motion to work your body. You don’t.
Many people go to the gym, because they like the social part of it, the group training they can do, and the variety of equipment they can use. If you are self-motivated and build the habit to do it on your own, then do an at-home workout or program. Many times people need accountability and the gym is one way to do it. If you want to go the gym more often, you can but don’t work overwork tired muscles. They need the rest.
Instead, try a restorative yoga class. Take advantage of the sauna or whirlpool to ease soreness. Walk around the track. Benefits: A three to four day schedule allows for adequate rest.
Muscles don’t grow when you’re lifting weights. If you are completely sedentary, this might be very taxing and you’ll have to rest more, and do less at first. On the other hand, if you’re in somewhat good shape, this workout might be too easy.
Always meet challenges at your own fitness level, that’s what you’ll build on.
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