I hear some fitness organizations boast that they “never have their clients do the same workout twice,” while other reputable organizations promote using periodization training to create adaptation in the body, followed by the shock of change in the next phase. I get confused over which method is better, or if it’s a combination of the two ideas that works best.
I like cross training and periodization also interval training. Changing the heart rate and resistance is good. Also weight training and cardio along with flexibility and muscle endurance training ( calisthenics). The key is firing as many muscles as possible. You should try to convert as many muscles to type llx twitch muscles which burn more fat and are the most efficient form of muscle in the human body. Nutrition is also key eating 65 percent carbs(whole grains, low in the glycemic index), 15 percent protein(1.5 to 2.0 grams per kilogram of body weight) and 20 percent of good fats ( olive oil, sunflower seeds, nuts etc.) what I line the most is having a personal trainer that can write you a prescription based on your goals and adapting the workout each week.
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