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Do you want an easy and affordable option for your daily fitness schedule?
If you think maintaining fitness starts and stops at the gym, you need to think again.
While going to those establishments is all well and good, they're not the be-all and end-all when it comes to keeping physically (at times, even mentally) fit. Sure, they have the fancy equipment, the trainers who can keep you on track, and other amenities to make working out a luxurious experience.
But at the end of the day, what's most important is you and how you feel. And you can keep fit just as well at home as you do in any gym.
Finding Time For Fitness Is Never Easy, But Home Training Could Provide The Answer!
From assembling a few pieces of basic training equipment, to setting up a complete gym in a room in your house, at-home workouts could be the key to your fitness.
Discover How To Incorporate Home Fitness Programs In Your Daily Routine To Lose Weight, Get Fit And Look Good Right From The Comfort Of Your Home!!!
So, here's what you are going to discover in this Advanced "Home Fitness Regimen" Info Course:
A General Overview About Home Fitness Regimens
Find Out How To Create Your Awesome Home Gym
Explore How Muscle Growth Works
Discover Everything About Using Intensity Techniques to Unlock Your Full Potential
Find Out About Training Your Legs At Home
Know Everything About Bodyweight Training and How to Learn Incredible Beast Moves
Find Out About Introducing Cardio and Weight Loss
Discover The Last Piece of the Puzzle – Diet
Find Out All About The Benefits of Staying Fit
Discover All About Doing It For Yourself
And So Much More...
Finding Time For Fitness Is Never Easy, But Home Training Could Provide The Answer!
From assembling a few pieces of basic training equipment, to setting up a complete gym in a room in your house, at-home workouts could be the key to your fitness.
Home Fitness entails exactly what it implies: executing your personal fitness routine while at home using a variety of different techniques.
Home fitness has been in our lives for decades – and it's taken on a new role since the Covid-19 pandemic closed gyms around the world.
Whether it's a yoga class on Zoom or panic-buying a Peloton, many of us are trying to find ways to exercise effectively within four walls.
Whether you are looking to improve your cardiovascular system, lose weight, gain lean muscle mass, or just stay active, in-home training has a place in your life.
And the benefits of staying fit are no secret: Improvements in cardiovascular and respiratory health, better regulation of blood sugar, the potential to reduce or eliminate prescription medications (such as for diabetes or blood pressure), weight loss, reduction in cancer risk, and improved musculoskeletal strength are some of the better-known.
But when you're working out at home, you're responsible for the whole plan: What exercises should you do? How many reps of each? How often should you rest? Are you feeling a cardio workout? An upper-body workout? Or do you want to fit in a total body workout instead?
For many of us, answering all these questions is an added stress we'd rather avoid right now.
And the good news is that's something you can avoid–without skipping your workout.
We are about to show you an immaculate at-home workout program that take the guesswork out for you and will give you the whole exercise plan.  



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Date de parution 28 octobre 2021
Nombre de lectures 3
EAN13 9781456638351
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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Home Fitness Regimen
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Table Of Content
Chapter 1: Home Fitness Regimen: An Overview
Chapter 2: Creating Your Awesome Home Gym
Chapter 3: How Muscle Growth Works?
Chapter 4: Using Intensity Techniques to Unlock Your Full Potential
Chapter 5: Training Your Legs At Home
Chapter 6: Bodyweight Training and How to Learn Incredible Beast Moves?
Chapter 7: Introducing Cardio and Weight Loss
Chapter 8: Doing It For Yourself
Chapter 9: Benefits of Staying Fit
Chapter 10: The Last Piece of the Puzzle: Diet
N o matter what your training goals may be, working out from home is almost certainly going to help you to get better results right away.
And, if you re overweight or generally very out of shape, then I would argue that training from home is the only way to build muscle. Likewise, if you aim to get into incredible superhero shape, then training from home is probably the only chance you realistically have.
Let s imagine for a moment that you re very overweight and you want to get into decent shape. In this scenario, you will most likely have tried numerous different strategies to get into shape and you will possibly have been let down with the various workouts and diets you ve tried. This is the tried and true story that so many people experience - they buy into countless supplements, countless weight loss programs, diets, training regimes... and they get nowhere.
But the problem isn t with the training programs. The problem isn t that they are somehow untrainable and unable to achieve the shape they want. Rather, the problem is that they can t stick to the regimes and they don t manage to get to the gym enough.
Why? Because people who are overweight are usually tired. They re normally overweight because they re not active enough and they re not active enough because at the end of the day, when they get home from work, they have 3 hours before bed and they spend that crashed out on the couch. Small amounts of exertion make them sweaty and out of breath, meaning that they won t exactly enjoy training. Sticking to any training regime in this scenario is going to be hard - but when you add in the need to drive to the gym, then train in front of countless strangers feeling very self-conscious... is it any wonder it doesn t work out? Then you have to shower...
Compare this with training from home, which will allow you to slowly introduce small amounts of training into your regime, to increase your energy levels, your mood, and your health. Everyone can fit 10 minutes into their day, especially when the equipment they need is right there and they can train in privacy. Do you see the difference?
But with the best will in the world, even the top fitness fanatics on YouTube only have a finite amount of time in their day. There s only so much time they can spend training. If they re going to the gym every time they work out, then that means that they re going to be spending time and energy getting there - meaning there s less in the tank for their actual workouts!
Then there s the fact that they have to wait for the equipment they want to train with to become free. Then there s the fact that there are some things you just can t do in the gym - some very basic things.
No, imagine that you take a different approach and you build a home gym in your garage. Even if this is just a bench press, this is now a bench press you can use every single day. And this is a bench press that you can use whenever you want to without having to drive there or queue. Or maybe you need something more specific? Like a set of monkey bars, you can use to do your home street workouts.
Being able to train whenever you need to, with no queue and no drive. That s when you start to see truly incredible transformations. That s when you truly never skip a day at the gym.
So yes, training from home is the only way if you want to smash your goals - no matter what they are. But of course, there are some big challenges and some big questions that face those who want to start working out from home. Read on and let s take a closer look at how you can go about building muscles from home with programs that are guaranteed to work - and in some case get incredible, unheard of results.
Let s get started!
W hen was the last time you did squats? High school PE class?
Or maybe you tried strength training as part of a home workout plan a few months ago but lost your motivation?
No matter how far you are now from your desired fitness level...
Benefits of exercise (well-known & less known)

Almost everyone knows exercise improves your health. However, a lot of people aren t aware of all the benefits of exercise.
Top benefits you can look forward to when you start working out:
-Reduced risk of chronic disease
-Better mood & mental health
-Balanced energy levels throughout the day & better sleep
-Slowing of the aging process
-A boost to brain health
-Positive effect on the microbiome
-A boost to sex life
The general exercise recommendation is:
-Cardio (minimum amount of activity): At least 150 minutes of moderate cardio throughout the week. It can be replaced with at least 75 minutes of intense cardio throughout the week or a combination of both.
-Strength training (highly recommended): Exercises involving major muscle groups on two or more days a week.
-For extra health benefits: Minimum cardio should be increased by an additional 300 minutes per week (moderate) or 150 minutes of (intense) cardio per week (or a combination of both).
While it may sound like a lot, the good thing is that you can adjust this to your schedule and even do them as part of a home workout plan. As long as the cardio activities are performed for at least 10 minutes, you can divide your active minutes into as many workout sessions you like per week. Whether you do strength or cardio first depends on your goal.
What are some common types of exercise?
-Cardio: Anything that raises your heart rate and makes you breathe faster can be considered cardio. However, it usually refers to activities aimed at improving your endurance and stamina such as:
-Moderate cardio: Brisk walking, dancing, jogging, cycling, swimming...
-Intense cardio: Running, fast cycling, brisk walk up a hill, swimming laps...
-Strength training: Any type of activity that uses resistance to build muscular strength. Using your body weight as resistance has many benefits!
-Flexibility & mobility training: Exercises focused on maintaining and improving the passive range of motion (flexibility) and active range of motion during movement (mobility).
-HIIT: HIIT or high-intensity interval training consists of intense bursts of exercise (strength or cardio) followed by rest intervals, aimed at keeping your heart rate elevated. Find out more about the difference between low-intensity, steady-state cardio, and HIIT cardio.
What is the best type of exercise to lose weight?
Any type of exercise that requires high effort (for you) will have a similar effect - especially for beginners. So the truth is, it doesn t matter! Find activities that you enjoy and can imagine doing for more than just a month or two. In the end, weight loss is about calorie deficit. So make sure to adjust your nutrition for the best results.
First step: reach the fitness level where you don t feel like you hate exercise anymore. Here s how to do it...

C hoose your inspiration & set a goal
How many times have you decided to start a home workout plan to lose 5 kg and then failed? Take a different approach and decide what you want to get good at first. Think of what you want to be able to do - whether it s getting into better shape so you are more energized and productive at work or keeping up with your kids as you get older. Find your inspiration and then set yourself long-term and short-term goals.
The following video will give you an in-depth, motivational introduction on how to set the right goals for your fitness

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