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What kind of recommendation would you make to a neighbor after a few months of this fitness program?
Weegy: To reinforce the importance of "going slow" I told my neighbor that perhaps the greatest battle he would have fight to get fit and reach his goal was with himself to keep his "going slow" truly "slow" and not "half-fast" until it was time to [ [ increase his workout pace and intensity in one or two months when he was ready to increase it safely without risk of injury or illness. Again, he profusely thanked me for explaining to him why in the past given enough time with any of his workouts he'd either get burned out, injured, or became ill and eventually quit the program. To help him keep his "Slow" this time around to succeed with his new fitness program and achieve his fitness goals, I told him to implement the following proven recommendations used by those who know how to create a sustainable fitness program: Make it easy to do your workouts ? Try to conserve as much time as possible doing your workouts. If you can save time by doing them at home, then do them at home, rather than go to the gym. But, if you need the structure and companionship of the gym to get the workout done then go to the gym. Never rush to complete your workouts ? Always give yourself enough time to do your workouts and if you run out of time or find yourself not having enough time on a particular day to do your complete workout then reduce the reps and sets for each exercise of your workout to make you do all the workout exercises as its better to do all the exercises with few reps than a few exercises with all the reps. Keep your pace ? Always keep your rest periods between sets the same during a workout so your workouts a finish on time with the proper effort to rest ratio. Be able to do more reps, but don't ? At the end of each exercise set, have enough energy to do more repetitions as this will insure you that you'll have the energy to complete your workout. Have realistic expectations ? The first goal when starting a new fitness program is to make sure you can do it over ... (More)
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