We all want to get fitter, healthier, and more active, but we keep giving excuses for why we aren't starting. With the New Year approaching, re-invent yourself with a new 30-day fitness challenge.
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This program does it by including a variety of training aspects. For example, you'll work your aerobic system with steady-state runs on some days. On others, you'll concentrate on raising your heart rate and strengthening your whole body using techniques like EMOM, in which you execute a certain number of reps of a motion in one minute, rest for the remainder of the minute, and then repeat. Here is the 30-day challenge:
WEEK 1- Cardio- Start with Cardio
You'll work at a moderate level for most of the exercise, changing parameters like incline, pace, and resistance every few minutes and finishing with a cool-down. Maintain a 20-minute workout, with 5 minutes set out for the warm-up and 4 minutes set aside for cool-down. Increase the time and intensity of your workouts, and push yourself every day for the rest of the week. You can either do this outside or choose a cardio machine.
WEEK 2- Strength
You'll execute 1 set of 15 reps of Modified pushups, Assisted lunges, Ball squats, Dumbbell rows, Overhead presses,Tricep extensions,Bicep curls, Crunches on the ball, and Back extensions for this fundamental strength-training program.
The workout focuses on the chest, shoulders, arms, back, hips, glutes, and thighs, among other muscles. It's a terrific approach for novices to start strength training because it's brief and uncomplicated.
WEEK 3- Stretching
For the third week, you'll do Standing cat stretch, Sun salutation, Hanging backstretch, Warrior I, Modified triangle, Spine twist, and Corpse pose, holding each position for 3 to 5 breaths. You may do the workout whenever you like; it will wake you up in the morning and help you relax before night.
When practicing each exercise, take your time and concentrate on your breathing: Inhale and exhale via your nose, allowing air to enter into the back of your throat.
WEEK 4- Mixed Exercises
For seven days of the week, alternate between each of the exercises of the first three weeks and increase the number of reps as you go. Make a note of how many reps you did and see if you can do more next time. Between rounds, take a 30-second to one-minute break. If necessary, take a break between workouts.
The goal of this fitness challenge is to encourage you to begin working out at home regularly and establish a healthy habit. We hope that this article helped you get the motivation to achieve your fitness goals.