When it comes to fitness, every body is not created equal. Some require more time and more work, while some require heavier weights and higher impact workouts. So how do you determine what is the right amount of time for you to workout each day?
We understand that most of your days are jam-packed. Even still, it’s important (and totally possible!) to get in a great workout. Plyometrics are a form of high-intensity interval training, perfect for sneaking in a good sweat sesh after you get out of work.
Chia seeds are one of nature’s tiny treasures. The little black seeds provide huge health benefits and transform easily into an unbeatable breakfast. Chia seeds are full of Omega 3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, protein, iron, magnesium, zinc, and calcium. The seeds come from a plant called Salvia hispanica that’s found in some deserts. It’s thought to be native to Central America and is related to mint.
How beat you feel depends a lot on your current level of conditioning and how hard you’ve pushed yourself. High-intensity training, or training lasting over an hour, will definitely have you walking funny and dreading sneezing for a few days. If you’re feeling so sore that it’s affecting your next workout, or even affecting your quality of life, try taking these steps below to boost your recovery.
You’ve worked hard to establish a new lifestyle. But now you’re starting to wonder if this is “it.” Are you stuck? You might be starting to feel a little dissatisfied that you haven’t seen any significant changes in your fitness level recently. You wonder if you’ve hit a dreaded “plateau.”
We sat down with last season’s teamMVP, Lynn, to get all of the details about her experience! She participated in a teamTRAINING season with David, another teamTRAINING season with Manny, as well as regularly dropping into Jackie’s teamTRAIN30 sessions! She has been a loyal teamTRAINING participant for several seasons and has been a great example of what makes teamTRAINING such a fun and effective program! Below we shared a few of her responses to our questions about her teamTRAINING experience.