Exercise and good health are connected as exercise no matter what form, is vital!
It can be daily exercise, Power Walks, strength training, swimming, football, paddle and much more, but what is considered by far the most effective, is strength training 2-3 days a week.
However, you choose, and we help you with motivation, push, pep, advice, facts, information, training setups and programs for you to achieve the goals you want and desire.
Did you know, for example, that:
You slow down your body´s aging simply by training!
You increase your intelligence simply by training!
You need to train in completely different ways to get better cardio compared to improving your strength.
Strength training does not make you look like a body builder (which requires long and specially adapted diet and training to achieve), but strength training tone and shape your body, while you get all the health benefits it is associated with.
If you do strength training on your own, but do not perform the exercises in a correct way, with the right body position and muscles activated, you will not get the results you want and you risk injuring yourself.
It takes 6-9 weeks for the brain, nerves and muscle fibers to become synchronized when you follow a new program.
If you continue to train by the same program more than 6-9 weeks without changing the exercises, the muscles will instead become weaker and what you have built up, will start to go back.
This means that you need to renew your training program after these weeks, something we of course help you with, as well as adding progression to your exercises, which is necessary, for you to not stop your muscle development.
By the way, did you know that there are:
4 different types of strength training depending on what kind of physical effect you want to achieve and there are 3 different principles around training, which you need to know about.
You need the awareness of both the types and principles, if you are going to get the result you want and make your training efficient.
We help you keep track of which they are!
There are also some exercises that train the whole body instead of individual muscles.
The difference in the exercises means that you can either train a shorter and more effective program or a longer one with several smaller exercises. It all depends on how much time you have and want to spend on training.
But one thing is for sure, and that is that you have everything to gain from starting to exercise.
The benefits are so incredibly many more than you can imagine, and you will notice most of them, once you start training, initially with our help, our programs and our guidance, then on your own, once you have the knowledge.