None of them will be 100% accurate. The importance is not whether it counted 50 or 100 more steps than you truly had taken because in the grand scheme of things will that really matter? Don’t allow yourself get swept up in the minutiae. The picture as a whole here is obtaining a sustainable fitness schedule heading and then ramping up as you get more fit. The pedometers are excellent motivators to get you moving more but don’t suspend your head wear on the absolute final step count number being 100% accurate. Yeah, that’s what I was looking for “a lasting fitness routine”, hence the title of the thread.
Preferably one which can be done at home, as heading to a fitness center makes me very stressed. I’ll ignore that your response if you ask me seems a little abrasive and sarcastic when I’m only trying to provide ideas and support and keep answering anyway in order to provide some advice. For home stuff, there are a great number of excellent Pinterest and instagram content with fitness routines that can be done at home.
I’ve done some which were yoga for strength, HIIT routines, and everything with requiring no equipment. There is them really helpful and can be done in about 20 minutes. Which may be some good starting out stuff. Once you’re in a routine you’ll be golden because the hardest part is merely getting started.
I really enjoy and appreciate the questions which i get. When the individual that pointed out this to me within an email I responded by requesting how much weight are you lifting on the bicep curl? She replied and explained she does 3 units of 15 reps using dumbbells between 5-8lbs. I QUICKLY asked her is she finishing all three sets without a struggle for the last 10-15 reps?
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She said she seems a “burn” but she is able to complete all 3 units of 15 reps. I said and replied that is your trouble right there. If you want your weight training to feel extreme like your cardio then you will need to pick a weight that causes you to reach fatigue or failure.
Feeling a “burn” is not fatigue. Struggling to get those last few reps in is failure/fatigue. AFTER I am on my last group of squats I honestly get nervous once i go down for my last rep that I might not make it back up. There is absolutely no point in doing a lot of repetitions of any exercise if you don’t feel level of resistance.
The whole idea behind weight training is to concern your muscles and make them change the form of the body. Women get this idea that if they push their muscles to work hard with weights that they can get “bulky.” If you keep eating clean while raising it will never happen.