The best way for you to develop an effective fitness routine is to know what you really want to achieve. Do you want to develop large muscles, do you want to lose weight or do you just want to keep fit?
Building an effective fitness routine is more than a sum of its parts. Your ability to build muscle, burn fat, and improve performance depends on everything you do from how you order your exercises, and, ultimately, how you challenge yourself week-to-week and month-to-month.
There is absolutely no one who wants to waste lots of time in the gym and not get the results he/she want. The question now is how do you get the most out of your workout and make it effective? As long as you don’t have any sort of respiratory problem or knee troubles, choosing a great cardiovascular workout can be highly beneficial, and make sure it’s something that you enjoy.
Spinning can be a bit intense but can be quite fun when you have the right teacher.
For a cardiovascular workout to be more effective, sprinting at intervals, or taking a break during each training can be much more efficient than if you went a whole time training without short breaks. During the resting phase, your body is catching up to the interval it just went through. For starters, doing one minute of hard work, and one minute of rest tends to burn more body fat than when you go on a long stretch of hard work without rest. After a month or so, you can start pushing yourself to go longer.
For a weight lifting workout routine to be really efficient, it is best to often change your routine every six weeks. You can choose to change the routine every week. This will keep your body guessing and not get used to what it is doing. The only way of making changes to your body or mind is by getting out of your comfort zone and trying new things