Much exercise you should do!

Many times, when talking about exercise we want someone to tell us exactly what to do, how much of it, the days, times and for how long.

Many of us need one or two personal trainers do telephone follow us even when we sleep! The point is that all who are in any way with exercise or want to start need to know or at least have an estimate of how much exercise you really need for the goal they are pursuing.

So to know the first thing you have to do is have a measure, what? The place to start is with your goals.


Exercises to Your Health
The recommendations suggest moderate-intensity aerobic exercise 30 minutes a day for five days a week, or intense cardio sessions 20 minutes a day, 3 times a week.

This could add 8 to 10 exercises with weights of 8 to 12 repetitions for each exercise, twice a week.

For example:

  • Monday: 30 minutes walk
  • Tuesday: strength exercises for the whole body
  • Wednesday: 30 minutes walk
  • Thursday: Rest
  • Friday: 30 minutes on elliptical machine
  • Saturday: strength exercises for the whole body

Suppose you want to exercise to lose weight…
As you can see, one is required to do some exercise to prevent further weight gain, however, is required to lower further.

From 45 minutes to an hour of exercise each day is needed to lose weight . And it will also be necessary to implement a power chord. If you exercise more intensely (based on your current physical condition and) burn more calories, so you lose weight faster.

An example for weight loss

  • Monday: 30 minutes of interval training. Jog 5 minutes, and at number 6 alternating 30 seconds to run fast, as you can, and then jog for a minute and a half. Repeat the cycle until the time.

If you do this please first consult your doctor, and make sure you at least have a base of fitness to do so, as this type of exercise is very intense.

  • Tuesday: 60 minutes of a kickboxing class
  • Wednesday: 30-45 minutes of strength exercises for the lower body, and 15 minutes of stretching
  • Thursday: 60 minutes of yoga
  • Friday: 20 minutes of sprints (like intervals)
  • Saturday: 30-45 minutes of strength training for the upper body.

Finally, if you’re a beginner perhaps the amount of exercise you have to do is excessive. The good thing is that you need not start earlier levels. In fact, a good way to start would be to plan for good health, and as you gain you gain state plan. Start with what you can handle, and grows from there, and mainly, find a program that suits your needs.

 

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