Following a fitness training schedule is the key to an effective training program. It not only involves planning the days of the week, but the time as well. Scheduling which days to do the exercise routine has its benefit, but having a schedule can help plan out the activity needed to be done, and thus the improvement. A fitness regime does not consist of one type of workout alone. In many cases, body systems and muscle groups are affected by the workouts and exercises that are integrated. Combining different workouts together is not as boring as walking on the treadmill.
It is believed that warm up exercises enable one to perform better in the fitness routine. It is advisable to start the time-based fitness training schedule with an aerobic exercise. Cardiovascular exercises help in blood circulation to various parts of the body. It enervates the heart rate and causes the organs to function better. Muscle exercises come after aerobic exercises. After the blood has been pumped to every part of the body, the strength and muscles are in prime condition. Next, incorporate core stability exercises. They are best done after a heavy work out. Core stability exercises cool the body system down. It works out the muscles in the abdomen, pelvis, and lower back areas. These areas contribute to a person’s center of balance, and stability as well.
Finally, do stretching exercises. Stretching taut muscles helps to loosen and relax the muscles. It stretches them back into shape. Ending a fitness training schedule with stretches help to ease the tightness and tautness of the muscles. It also helps tones the muscles and maintains flexibility to keep you feeling and looking younger. Of course, if you are a hardcore bodybuilder or power lifter, what I’m saying here may sound like a joke to you and that’s alright because I wrote this article for the vast majority of people who just want to look and feel good, both physically and mentally.