Because most workouts are designed to break down, stress out, wear out and constantly “max out” the body, most people start, peak-out, and quit in a very short period of time. Most of us decide to work out for the wrong purposes, e.g.: “I need to lose weight for my sister’s wedding next month”; “I want to fit in my new jeans”; “I want to be buff”; “I wanna lift a lot of weight”; etc.
The real purpose of a fitness training program is to work out to stay fit, strong and to experience a better quality of life.
Longevity in the fitness area of your life will only be experienced if the decision to work out is the correct one. The real purpose of a fitness training program is to work out to stay fit, strong and to experience a better quality of life. Weight loss, toned and firmer bodies, better digestion, better-looking skin, less stress, etc., are merely the positive side effects of proper work outs designed to keep you healthier and happier.
Getting in shape takes time to accomplish correctly, it doesn’t have to be grueling and it’s a lifestyle change that can be accomplished easily and without having to give up any food you currently eat…you just have to give up the chemicals that you are ingesting.
WHO HAS THE TIME TO SPEND SEVERAL HOURS WORKING OUT EVERY DAY?
Our bodies undergo an Increased Period of Positive Results during Fitness workouts, or I.P.P.R.
Increased Period of Positive Results during Fitness workouts or I.P.P.R.: A period of time where the body achieves maximum positive physical results from steady muscle movement and tension.
This period of I.P.P.R. usually lasts an average of 15 minutes. That 15-minute period of time is referred to as M.R.E.R. (The maximum results to effort ratio) When you peak at the 15 minute mark is known as the PDR, (Point of Diminishing Returns). Workouts that continue after that period of time cause the body to begin a downward spiraling effect with increasingly negative results to the body. In essence we are dealing with a very short “Window to Create Ultimate Physical Benefits,” a window that allows the body to achieve maximum results from a particular exertion.
Fortunately with the proper training and guidance the I.P.P.R. can be increased to as long as two hours!
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