Staff, 2022-12-23 02:00:00,
Words by Emily Agius, Personal Trainer at Jetts Fitness Forest Glen
Following the new year and overindulgence during Christmas, Aussies will understandably be keen to get cracking on their health and fitness resolutions as soon as the clock strikes midnight on 1st January 2023. With endless information flooding the market, it’s no surprise that people may be confused about how to train healthily and sustainably. Should you start with HIIT, strength, flexibility or jump into resistance training?
Nearly half (49%) of employed people aged 18-64 years old sit while at work, so the holidays are the perfect time to get back on track with health and fitness goals. To help offer some clarity on where to start with your new exercise regime, I’ve provided my top five tips for effective training over the busy holiday period and into the New Year.
Make the most of your time
Between family gatherings and Christmas celebrations, no one has time for lengthy workouts. Instead, I recommend incorporating 30 minutes of strength training into your routine. Strength training with short bursts of cardio will be your best friend during the holiday season; it’s fast, effective and you’ll keep burning calories long after your workout has finished.
Kickstart the morning with a 30-minute session or smash it out in the evening before your next event. Sessions can be anything from a quick run around the block to a circuit of body weight exercises – just get your heart pumping and…
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