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Top 7 Ways To Shake Up Your Routine

My top 3 ways that turned into my top 5 ways and now sits at my top 7 ways to shake up your fitness routine…ready? 

Interval Training- Minimize Input, Maximize Output

There is no denying that there are lots of benefits associated with exercising. But, the fact of the matter is that in order to enjoy them, you have to do the right amount. According to experts, you need to do about 30 to 60 minutes of moderate-intensity cardio exercise at least five days a week or about 20 to 60 vigorous-intensity cardio exercise thrice a week. However, there is another form of exercise, which is gaining popularity these days because it requires minimum input, but can offer you the maximum output.

Hey Mom...The 80's Called, They Want Their Cardio Routine Back

Have you ever hopped on a piece of cardio equipment and saw a setting that said “Cardio Zone” or something similar? Then you selected that option and you proceeded to workout at a steady pace for 20, 30 or even 45 minutes? Ok, well it’s time to ramp up your conditioning and your kick your weight loss into high gear. No more “Cardio Zone” for you…No…its weight loss and conditioning zone for you from now on!

New Class Schedule! Now offering Saturday morning classes.

Not Just Another HIIT Workout Routine

Still not seeing results with your current workout regimen? Looking to change things up in the gym? Sick of those long, boring workouts?

Don't Overlook These Two Important Training Principles

So let’s follow what might be a typical exercise program design. Monday, hop on the treadmill and go for 30 minutes. Tuesday, a little resistance training for the upper body with say…10-15 pounds. Wednesday, rest…after-all you worked hard the past couple days and rest IS important. Thursday, treadmill again…Friday, perhaps a little work on the lower body and core. Week 2---repeat. Week 3---repeat. Week 4 through 100---repeat! Now whoa up there!

Keep it guessing to keep it growing!

So I often talk about change, but primarily about ways to change strength training.

How Hard Should I Go?

How Hard Should I Go?                You don’t want to just hop onto a treadmill and go as fast as you can for 30 minutes and call it a day. Like all other training, cardio training needs to begin at the appropriate level and have progression. When figuring out what intensity to start with, think of 3 levels or Zones. Zone 1 is a beginning level and will build up your base cardiorespiratory fitness level.

Group Exercise Instructor Opportunities - North Richland Hills, TX

Griffin Fitness USA is currently seeking experienced Group Fitness Instructors to become part of our team.