Top 4 Fitness Training Methods for You

Written by on August 21, 2020 in Exercise and Fitness with 0 Comments

The coronavirus crisis has made us all crawl like a mole into the four-walled homes hibernating for quite some time now. Every day spent inside now has become frustrating. All the travel plans, partying, and career-oriented ships have been steered down the sewers for most of the population. It is difficult to stay tough from inside. A few days ago, a friend reminded me of the fact that physical activity influences achieving the mental calm. That’s when I realized, working out is right now the need of the hour for both physical and emotional wellness. Being physically active will make us stronger by providing better immunity along with the add-on benefit of battling the angst in the air due to the whole world wide lockdown.

If you are planning to start a work out regime at home on your own, I bet you are excited to begin the journey. You are planning to spend hours doing the exercises, jogs, and skipping rope. You plan on targeting strength, cardiovascular endurance, balance, agility, and flexibility for your body. Are you confused about how to get all these results? The answer is variety. We recommend you keep an open mind for a variety of Fitness Training methods at the beginning of your journey. Spending countless hours on a treadmill staring the wall sounds pathetic. Instead, try and explore all the training methods and exercises to develop an all-round functionally fit dream body.

We are living in a world of whirlwind innovation. The buzz keeps changing every day from Cross fit, Spin Classes, Boot Camps, to HIIT, Tabata, Yoga, and Pilates – the list never ends. The question is what training method is meant for you? Which will do magic for you? Which will you enjoy? You can’t find that until you know about the Top 4 Fitness training methods.

1) Strength/resistance training

The weight lifting and strength-building exercises come under the radar of resistance training. The approach is basically to contract a muscle against resistance. This type of training improves strength, power, and muscular endurance. During a resistance training session, the limbs are often moved against resistance provided by the kettle bells, dumbbells, gravity bands, weighted bars, etc.

The muscle mass is lost when an individual is aged. Hence, it is important to gain enough strength and muscle mass before the time arrives and clock ticks. Apart from that, resistances trainings help boost the confidence for doing the day to day tasks which involves heavy lifting. Strengthened muscles not only makes you powerful but also stimulates bone growth, regulate the blood sugar level, helps in weight loss, improves balance, and reduce stress.

2) Circuit Training and Calisthenics

Although the circuit training and calisthenics differ from each other, they do share the same umbrella of bodyweight training. In these approaches of fitness training, No equipment is used. Circuit trainings are the fun way of infusing the extra energy into the exciting fitness regime. Say No to boring dull gym routines!

Circuit training workout often includes about 8-10 exercise stations. After completing the first round, there is no rest, you move quickly to the next station. The circuit lasts from 30 seconds to 3 minutes. Since the amount of resistance is lower than other strength workouts, the decrease is balanced with higher repetitions. By doing so, you maintain a raised heart rate for the length of the workout which mimics the aerobic benefit.

3) Interval Training

HIIT – High-intensity interval training also goes by name SIT – Sprint interval training. This approach of fitness training is all about the intensity of what you doing. It Involves periods of exercise followed by small periods of rest. The duration of workout could be from four minutes up to 30 minutes. They serve the purpose of cardiovascular exercises as well. HIIT training methods require a great deal of motivation and will power.

4) Aerobic Fitness

Aerobic training exercises are also commonly known as “Cardio”. Aerobic training mainly focuses to improve muscle function of the heart and lungs. The ultimate goal of aerobic training is to enhance sports performance and to improve training response. This approach of fitness training speeds up the heart rate and breathing, which are important for many bodily functions. It increases cardiovascular endurance. If you often feel difficulty climbing up the stairs that is a clear sign that you need to work on your cardiovascular health.

Aerobic training increases the uptake of oxygen inhaled by our lungs which further has to pass the checkpoint, the heart before reaching every organ and muscle of the body. This oxygen is required to make the ATP- energy currency of the body and is oxygen is carried around in the blood. Aerobically fit individuals can perform physical activities longer and harder before feeling tired.

Aerobic training lowers blood pressure, burn body fat more rapidly, reduce inflammation, and raise “good” cholesterol. They prevent the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, breast cancer, and depression. Exercises often are brisk walking, swimming, jogging, cycling, dancing, etc.

Back In Motion Personal Training Programs In Fort Myers, FL are here to help you pinpoint exactly what fitness method will work best for you and your health & fitness goals. Visit our website to know more and get a free in-person consultation.

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