How long should I go for? Is it better to do longer workouts or shorter ones?
What are the best exercises to use if you’re just starting out? How about later on in your training career? These are all questions that you’ll be asking yourself as you’re getting started, and there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. We can give you some general guidelines here, but don’t feel like this is the only way that people train. You know what works best for you! Just try not to overdo things too much, especially when first starting off. When it comes down to it, most people set their own program based on how they feel at the time of day they usually workout (the “best” time), their current fitness level (how many calories they burn during a workout) and other factors such as how busy life has been lately or whether its raining outside or not. There isn’t really any single perfect “training schedule” out there – everyone does things differently! Here are some strategies we’ve used in our own training routines: If work/school/life gets busy: Try doing less total hours of exercise each week instead of more; focus on high intensity intervals done less frequently (one every two weeks would be ideal). If you want more consistency with your training schedule throughout the year, consider adding extra rest days between workouts; aim for 2x per month if possible. If timing is an issue due to travel obligations or family