Complete workout routines include four types of exercises: flexibility exercise, aerobic exercise, endurance conditioning and muscular strength. Flexibility exercises are good to maintain one’s joint range motions and in reducing the soreness of the muscles and possible injuries. Meanwhile, aerobic exercises are good for weight management and the cardiovascular system whereas, muscular conditioning exercises improve the strength and posture of a person. Aside from that, you also have to consider other aspects of working out, and five of it is listed below:
1.You must not forget to exercise. Stretch for ten minutes before starting an exercise, no matter how intensive it might be. It also doesn’t matter how much you have been training before, because warming up is always an important stage. For light exercises, you may use five minutes of your time for warm-ups, but you must use ten minutes for intense exercises. Once you are done with the workout routine, you must cool down. You can simply plop down a chair, or take a hot and cold shower simultaneously.
2.You must also remember to change your workout routine every now and then. You can find plenty of different workout routines here. Look for new goals that you want to achieve when it comes to staying fit, and change to the right routine that would help you achieve your goal. It does not have to be too different from the present routine you are doing.
3.Do not train excessively. Many think that exercising too much would result to something good when in truth; it does nothing but to strain your muscles. In the end, you will only injure yourself, so prevent training excessively, especially if you haven’t been doing it for long.
4.You must keep track of your progress. It will remind you that you have to push yourself further, and to know which parts of your body need more work. Keep track by writing your progress on a notebook, with data such as how many times you have done the routine for a day, how long you jogged, date, and even the weight before and after the routine. You could also write in the notebook the foods you eat, and how much you have consumed.
5.Lastly, you must remember to rest, as your muscles tear apart when you do exercises. Muscles grow stronger when they heal, but if they are not rested enough, then they can never heal at all. You must rest at least two days ever week. Exercising your muscles is good, but when overly done, then it could only result to something bad.
Dannie Gilbertson is a health and fitness enthusiast as well as an author for www.AllWorkoutRoutines.com. His research and writing focus mainly on cardio workout and fat burning workouts