Desire Trendy Answers the Most Googled Questions Regarding Fitness
If you have never worked out before and just scroll through your social media account you would believe that you need to work out 7 days a week. Here at Desire Trendy, we know it is hard to find the time to balance your life and also include that morning, afternoon or evening workout.
So keep reading and we will answer those tough questions.
I want to see results why is it taking so long?
This question is always a tough one to answer because everyone that asks this question is different and we say that with sincerity because you could be a newbie to working out or advanced in your training regimen and you could also have different goals.
Our recommendation for this question is to make your workout schedule for three times per week and the duration of your session between 30 minutes to 1 hour.
1-3 times a week!
Yes, you can do it.
Here’s how. If you can get a workout in 1-3 times a week we recommend trying to target all your muscle groups. We recommend you try to get the most out of your sessions by implementing a full-body workout.
Full-body workouts can be completed no matter your exercise experience and lets you get the most out of your training frequency and recovery days throughout the week. When you do develop a plan, choose a balanced plan and overtime you will reap the benefits of not only a more appealing figure but also minimizing your risk of injury.
Example of a three times a week workout.
Monday – Workout
Tuesday – Rest
Wednesday – Workout
Thursday – Rest
Friday – Workout
Saturday/Sunday – Rest
If you are a Badass and are in the gym LIFTING and TRAINING more than four times a week
With this workout routine, you will notice you have more flexibility with your exercises and I would recommend you incorporate isolated movements and integrating a plan that targets specific muscle groups. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a Desire Trendy favorite because if you can include a HIIT program in your routine studies show you are more likely to lose weight compared to a continuous moderate-intensity exercise.
If you are a BEGINNER to weight training
It is recommended that you start slowly and try not to overdo it. Chart your starting weight, workout routines and days you worked out. The benefits of writing you're goals will allow you to gradually increase your resistance over time and you will have documented information on where you came from and where you are going. Remember that making changes to your body is not a sprint.
Do I have to weight train every day?
It is recommended that you try and get out of your comfort zone and train at least 1-3 times a week. I also recommend that you write out your goals instead of keeping them in your head. Remember regularly training does not mean using dumbbells and picking up heavy weights you can also incorporate using your body weight. Go out and experiment and find what works for you, any movement is better than no movement.
I want to increase my tolerance for physical activity. What do I do?
To increase your tolerance for physical activity you will need to train consistently. Consistent training will build your endurance, and strengthen your muscles. You should set a goal for 3 to 4 sessions each week for 30 minutes or more. Go hard after this goal and set one of your endurance days in your weekly session to have a higher intensity compared to your other routine days during that week. Can anyone say cardio?
Ready Set GO!
I hope this information provided a basic overview of the preparation needed for keeping fit and seeing results. Remember working out not only builds physical strength but also mental strength. Please remember to stay informed there are multiple platforms out there for you. Choose one and get started.
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