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Why 30 Minutes is Enough

The key to reaching your goals is consistency & the key to consistency is creating a plan which many don’t have! We know we need at least 150 minute aerobic exercise but it’s time to fill in the gaps:

Aerobic means 'with air' and refers to the body producing energy with the use of oxygen. Requires steady supply of oxygen to the muscles to perform an activity.

Aerobic Exercises: Brisk walk. Swimming, running, cycling, jump rope, heavy cleaning gardening

Anaerobic means 'without air' and refers to the body producing energy without oxygen. Doesn’t require additional oxygen to be taken by the muscles to move the body.

Anaerobic Activities: Sprints, Weightlifting, Isometrics, Plyometrics

You’ll want to incorporate both aerobic & anaerobic as well as weightlifting & stretching to create a balanced fitness routine and improve all 5 Components of Fitness: Cardiovascular Endurance, Muscular Strength, Muscular endurance, Flexibility. Body Composition.



So, Here’s the plan:

1. Decide on 5 Days & times to workout weekly: choose days that make sense and fit your family & work schedules.

2. Split your 5 days into Aerobic & Anaerobic Days: to maximize workouts & increase benefits try different training styles like HIIT, EMOM, Drop Sets, Super Sets.

3. Aerobic Days: Focus on activities you enjoy. Make sure to stretch before & after your workout.

4. Anaerobic Days: Learn safe lifting techniques & proper form from a trusted personal trainer or coach. And follow a progressive lifting program.

5. Try FITSLANA’S LABB: LABB iincorporates all 5 Components of Fitness, checks the 4 previous mentioned bullets all while simultaneously improving your aerobic and anaerobic efforts!


If creating your own routine seems challenging, Try FITSLANAS LABB FOR FREE MESSAGE ME!

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