These are the goals that I want to achieve in my life in the next three years. I have some goals in mind that I want to achieve, and these are the ones I will start with.
It’s kind of like the ’20’ in this question. For me, 2020 is the year when I plan to start working out for the first time. I’ve been exercising my way to a healthier, slimmer, more toned body for years, but I’m just now hitting that mark that I want to reach. I’m in the beginning stages of my fitness journey, so I’m hoping that what I do will benefit my overall health, and even my mental health.
I agree, but let’s look at the health benefits. In other words, if you do the above, you are doing the opposite of what you should be doing. If you’re on the low-to-the-low end, you’re probably not doing enough. And if you’re on the high-to-the-high end, you’re probably not doing enough.
There are a lot of people who are either doing a very high amount of cardio, or doing a very low amount of low-to-the-low amount of cardio. And they are doing either very well or very poorly, but neither are good for you in the long-run. If I do this, I can do a lower cardio diet, and be more effective than if Ire doing the same cardio diet, but I should do a higher cardio diet.
This is another one of those things that is hard for everyone to agree on. One person will tell you to go for a cardio diet, another will say you should go for weight training, and still another will say you should go for a plant-based diet. But there is no way to give a general rule that will work for everyone, because it is a matter of personal choice, as well as a matter of what you are trying to do.
It is a matter of personal choice, but as you can see from the chart, most of us are in some form of overtraining. Which is to say that we are all overtraining, not just some of us. For example, I have watched my cardio diet and weight training go down by a third, but only my plant-based diet went down by a half. My weight training is still up, but my cardio diet is way down.
In general, people who are going through the fitness phase are most likely doing some form of overtraining. If you’re doing cardio, then you’re doing more than you need to do, and if you’re doing weight training, you’re probably overdoing it. This is because you’re not getting your body to burn the fat stores at the same level that you were getting it to last time out.
Fitness goals are a tricky thing for a lot of people. So why is it that if I’m doing my best and I’m doing a good job, then other people always expect me to be doing my best? Well, it’s because we want to be good. We want to do the best that we can do.
I think the only thing that is going to change your life for the better is if you take the advice of a fitness guru. The reality, though, is that if you are doing nothing at all, then you do better with just your body. So if you want to improve your cardiovascular health, weight loss, and muscle-building, then be sure to include some cardio. But don’t get so focused on the cardio that you forget to include weight training.
That’s true and true. The fitness world has evolved over time to focus on what you can achieve by exercising. For instance, if you want to improve your flexibility and prevent injury, then that means weight training. If you want to boost your endurance, then that means cardio. If you want to lose your unwanted fat, but gain muscle, then that means strength.