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ToughenUp 5 years ago

The best way to get fit is to do something that you enjoy, that also gets as many muscle groups as possible working. it is always best to vary the exercises performed as this keep the motivational level high and ensures that different muscle groups are worked at different levels of intensity.

You could try classes, exercises or pursuits such as;
Kettlebell
Boxercise
Aerobics
Running
Circuit training
Skipping
Hiking
Climbing
Surfing
Canoeing
Skating
The list is almost endless

The amount of training sessions you do a week would depend on your initial level of fitness and the timescale allotted to achieve your goal.

As a rule I tend to advise on 3 sessions a week though depending on the fitness of the client the impact level of the sessions may start off as low to moderate and increase with the clients fitness levels.

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