Posted May 09, 2018 04:07:23It’s the perfect workout routine for those who want to get leaner, fitter and more muscular, but aren’t getting enough of a workout.
It’s a new concept in fitness and it’s called functional fitness.
This video tutorial shows you how to incorporate functional fitness into your workout routine.
Here are the steps to get started: 1.
Set your goal to lose fat.
When you lose weight, you’ll feel much better.
But it’s important to remember that fat loss can be hard to achieve.
If you’re looking to get bigger, you may have noticed that you’re burning more calories than you were in the past.
If you want to keep your body fat level, you must first burn more calories.
The more calories you burn, the less fat you will gain.
It’s also important to burn more muscle mass as well as muscle tone.
Start with one to two sets of 10-12 reps.
Set a timer.
To do this, hold a timer next to you and press down to set the weight.
Once you press down, you can press up to increase the weight or release to stop.
Try to do this three times a day.
Choose a time and location for each workout.
I typically start at my desk in the morning and work my way up.
Set a timer for 30 minutes and go to bed at 6 p.m. 4.
Find a good spot to sit.
Sit in a chair or in a recliner.
You don’t need to be sitting directly in front of the TV. 5.
You should always rest in between sets and workout sessions.
Make sure you keep your core muscles strong.
Rest your arms.
Don’t get too fatigued and you won’t get sore.
Focus on muscle tone, not fat loss.
For this workout, I’m aiming to build muscle in the legs and lower body.
Aim to do 10-15 sets of 8-10 reps.
Increase the intensity.
A high intensity workout will make you feel good and keep your heart rate up.
Keep it up until you lose muscle mass.
Find the best location to sit down.
My favorite spot for sitting is the back of my head.
Get in a deep breathing and repeat.
Do this several times.
Begin by sitting in a comfortable position.
For me, this is a chair, desk or recliner (or a chair and a desk).
Rest until you feel like you’re getting stronger.
Rest for five minutes, then get back in the chair and do another set of 8 reps.