Are you ready to take the leap into a healthier, more active lifestyle? We understand that taking that first step towards exercise can be a monumental achievement, but for those who have already embarked on this journey, you may find yourself stuck in the “At least I am doing something” phase for too long.
If you’re determined to see significant changes in your life, including:
1. Improved body composition
2. Enhanced insulin sensitivity
3. Optimized metabolism
4. Elevated mood and stress management
5. Long-term weight maintenance
6. Healthier aging with better joint and bone health
7. Increased physical stamina
8. A happier, more vibrant life
9. The ability to do what you love for longer
It’s high time to embrace the power of full-body resistance training. While it may seem challenging, it’s entirely within your reach.
Even if you think you don’t have the time, it’s about prioritising your time. Just one hour a week to 2 x 30min full-body sessions is all it takes.
You don’t need a fancy gym to start. Begin with bodyweight exercises at home, and you’ll smoothly transition from ‘doing something’ to ‘doing a little more.’
One significant advantage of full-body training is that even if life gets chaotic, one session covers all your bases. No need for complex body part splits, especially if you’re new to regular training. It’s a more accessible approach for most beginners.
While aiming for three sessions per week is fantastic, let’s make two a realistic goal, or even just one!
The ideal exercise routine should look like this:
1. 30 minutes of daily cardio for overall health
2. 2–3 full-body resistance sessions each week
3. 1–2 high-intensity cardio sessions
4. 1–2 balance and mobility sessions
If this seems overwhelming, don’t fret. We can work together to find a baseline that suits you, and we’ll build from there.
For example, you can start with cardio four times a week (30 minutes each) plus one full-body resistance session. We can adjust and expand as you progress.
Remember, your health foundation is built on physical movement, quality sleep, and consuming whole foods (most of the time). By focusing on these three aspects, you can make significant progress toward overall health. It’s like your daily health insurance—your quality of life depends on it!
So let’s raise the bar together and move from ‘doing something’ to ‘doing a little more.’ Your journey to a healthier, happier you starts now!
Email or call us to organise a complimentary chat about starting your body resistance strength journey – Ask to speak to Jo 🙂
Contact Us on 9518 0096 or email us at receptionATbodymindcentral.com.au for more information.