Fitness advice guide


With so many programs out there, it is often difficult to decide which one is right for you.

All age populations and exercise levels can benefit from solid fitness advice to guide them in the right direction. When you have the right tools it is easy to incorporate it into your everyday life! A fitness advice guide may be just want you need to get motivated.

The best fitness advice guide will give you a program that will gradually incorporate more activity into your life. Go for a swim with your kids, or find a walking partner to go with you after dinner. If you want a more vigorous program, a fitness advice guide may also suggest local gyms or personal trainers that will give you exercises that are tailored to your specific goals.

It is a good idea to consult with your doctor before you start exercising.

All exercise should begin with a warm up. Warm up with at least 5 minutes of aerobic activity, such as walking or dancing, before you begin. Then, your program should include a balance of aerobic activity and strength training. Try and do some cardio (running, walking, and swimming) 4-5 times per week for 15-45 minutes each session. Strength train (with resistance bands, machines or free weights) for 2-3 times per week for 20-30 minutes each session. These numbers and times will vary depending on your exercise level.

The benefits of incorporating exercise into your daily life are endless. These include longer life, reduced risk of diabetes and obesity and improved energy. . Remember: it is never too late to get active so start moving today!



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