Not that this may be your primary objective but doing your exercises this way will make you a hit in all circles of your daily life, from school to work, and in all the spots you like to hang out in to let your body and mind relax. In front of others, you will be looking so good, muscular and perfectly toned. Your positive attitude will come shining through. Because that is what happens when you treinar em casa. And when there is talk of consistency, this is not something you even need to do every day.
HIIT is a specialized high intensity exercise workout that you can sweat and flex your way through on your home exercise mat every other day. Of course, if you enjoy the exhilaration of progress and the adrenaline pumping through your veins, you can do this work out every day. It only requires around twenty minutes to one half hour of your time. But the expert recommendation has always been that you set aside at least one day of your week for complete rest.
Rest assured that giving your body and mind a complete break at least once a week is healthy for you too. So, no need to worry about guilt complexes and such. Watch online video demonstrations specifically designed for beginners to show you how to carry out these exercises properly. This will help you out towards successful and positive results within weeks of starting. It will also help to keep your body injury free.
And it will certainly prevent you from experiencing a mental burnout. Not that twenty minutes of high intensity exercise is going to do that to you. Just twenty minutes every second day and you will be wondering what to do with the rest of your time. This clears the way for you to now seriously reconsider other healthy aerobic pursuits that you held off from going through simply because you were never in the correct physical and mental shape to take these up.
So, there it is then, with more calories burnt off and far less bulges around the middle to carry around with you, you can go ahead and do your mountain biking, hiking and swimming. Or if not that, carry on enjoying a good, long walk over the weekend, this time at a brisker pace than before.