Have you ever thought about the connection between happiness and good health?
Aug 20, 2012
How to set a WORKOUT plan !
Decide what you want from your workouts. Is it weight-loss, gain, muscle, endurance, or maintain what you have.
Decide what specific type of workout you want to do. For instance, a cardio exercise will help in weight-loss and improve endurance, whereas lifting weights will - for the most part - increase muscle-mass.
Once you decide what you want from your workouts. Sit down with a weekly calendar and figure out how many days you should workout to keep you moving toward your goal.
(Optional) If you are unsure what is considered satisfactory go see a personal trainer and they will help assist you in setting up a plan.
You really don’t need to see one unless you have some health risk and a trainer can make sure your plan will not hurt you more, or you are just doing a low-risk, basic workout as the cost of a trainer will be too much for that style of a workout.
Once the plan is set, you must commit yourself to the plan, or you will not see the results set forth by the plan. After a workout session you can adjust the exercise either to increase or decrease the plan until you reach a point that suits you better.
Follow your schedule for at least 3 to 5 weeks. If the plan is a good one and you stick to it for those lengths, you will see results that should be enough to motivate and keep you moving toward meeting your goals.