Continuing our conversation on Fitness in 100 Words, here comes the fun the part!
“Five or six days per week, mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow. Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense.”
Everything we’ve already discussed add them together. Weightlifting (deadlift, squat, clean, press, etc.), gymnastics (pull ups, air squats, push ups, sit ups, etc), and cardio (run, swim, row, bike, etc). You can be specific about it, literally planning our each and every day so that you know all the areas are hit on. OR you can write down movements on individual pieces of paper, then toss them in a cup; write down numbers on individual pieces of paper, and toss them in a cup; then pull a movement, pull a number, and build workout. You can also make life incredibly easy on yourself and hire a coach to do this for you.
If you’re creative enough and have the extra time, this is 100% something you can do yourself. You know you better than anyone, so as long as you program everything and challenge yourself to do all the movements in various lengths of time, you’re golden.
But who has the extra time to both program workouts and do them and go to workout and make healthy meals and spend time with family & friends and, and, and…
This is why coaches exist! We recognize the need to help people get fitter to improve their lives, and we want to help!
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