Hey! – Rob here
Your Daily Health Fix today is about …
Frequency and consistency of workouts are far more important for your general health than complexity.
Common misconception: You can only get strong, lose weight or maintain decent fitness if you exercise for at least an hour every session.
A BETTER APPROACH: If longer workouts 3-5 days per week seems overwhelming, commit to moving every day, for around 20 to 30 minutes. YES 20 MINUTES CAN BE ENOUGH if planned well.
TOP QUICKIE WORKOUT TIP: Choose 2 full-body movements (exercises), of an intensity that you can do 12-18 repetitions of before reaching muscular fatigue, and that by the time you have done both exercises you are moderately out of breath (approximately 110-140beats/min heart rate).
REST FOR 2 MINUTES then repeat both exercises. Do this until you completed 3 or 4 rounds. (By the end of the last round you should have used up most of your strength).
This routine will take around 20-25 minutes, and will achieve a full body workout helping you to build strength, stamina and contribute to improved metabolic functions. For maximum benefit choose a different combination of full-body movements each day.
. . . That’s it for this dose,
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