Sports should be Part of Our Life

For maximum results, combine your sport with the right time to do so. Set aside, at least, 30 minutes every day to perform this gentle activity. Then when is the most appropriate time to exercise? Is it morning, noon, afternoon or even night?

Actually, there is no perfect time to exercise – anytime is good. But keep in mind that sports time is tailored to the sport’s goals. For example, exercise to facilitate sleep, it should not be done afternoon or night. Check out the rules of exercise based on the right time and according to your goals.

  1. Morning. Perhaps this is the most common time people use to exercise. A healthy and vibrant start of the day will certainly have a good impact on your activities for a full day. Morning is also a great time to exercise outdoors because the air is still relatively clean.
  2. Afternoon. If exercising during the day, do an hour before lunch so you can move freely without being distracted by a full stomach. If you do it when the stomach is fully charged, muscle contraction can not take place properly. Generally this exercise is done to refresh the body after half a day on the move. The exercise is usually mild, does not produce too much sweat and does not cause excessive fatigue.
  3. Night. Whatever type of exercise you do should be done four hours before bedtime. It is the most ideal time so you will not have trouble sleeping. Calculations: up to 1 hour after exercise the body still feels hot and sweaty, you must wait for it “cold” before bathing and cleaning the body, then there’s still 2 hours left to relax, then you can sleep.

The Best Fitness Schedule For Beginners

If you want to know how many times you should fitness in a week, there is one recommendation that we recommend. Adjust your exercise schedule with your daily life and activities. For example, if you have strong determination and passion and lots of free time maybe you can exercise fitness 6-7 times in 1 week. Think about whether that number can be realized. If it looks heavy, you can lower it to 4-5 times a week. Please ask yourself, how much are you able to?

  1. Difficult move on. No, not a move on with the former, unless the memory of him makes it hard to lift a barbell. What we mean by move on is related to your workout pattern in the gym. If you firmly run a treadmill at a speed of 7 mph, or faithfully use a 20 Kg load when bench press for more than 3 months, your body has been perfectly adapted.
  2. Pursuing a sixpack only with sit ups? Most likely you will be disappointed, especially if you do not burn excess fat in your body first. You are more likely to get a sixpack if the first percent body fat to ideal, just start to train the muscles of the body, including the stomach.
  3. Regardless of weight training and cardio, the right movement must be a priority. Wrong perform movement, then your calories are not burned perfect, your muscle formation is not perfect, even the risk of injury increases. Therefore, make sure you research the right moves in the exercise, or ask the right person. Especially when you’re new to the fitness world, personal trainers can be a great way to instill a good base of exercise. Oh yes, it’s better to ask a certified personal trainer than the “elder” gym.We believe, active men like you must have good time management, including when exercising in the gym. If not, this list can be a cheat sheet for a more optimal exercise and maximum impact.