1. What is the best way to start?
The best way is when you are really motivated and have a wish to change your habits. No matter how small steps you are doing, do something daily.
2. What do I do if I can’t handle some workouts?
Stop with what you are doing if you feel that you are pushing yourself too much, modify the exercise or do half reps instead, take a breath and continue with the next exercise.
3. What if I don’t have the equipment you are using?
There are two sections – the first one i am showing you exercises without any equipment while the second one is dedicated to workouts with equipment. Just choose one of the sections. Basically you just need a yoga mat and training shoes.
4. Is it possible to get rid of that fat stuck in the lower back? or Is there anything I can do to reduce weight loss on my thighs and butt?
One of the most misunderstood areas when it comes to exercising is that you can reduce fat from around curtain area. To reduce fat, whether it be your legs, arms or stomach you’ll have to work on reducing your total body fat levels through eating clean and exercising to burn more calories than your consuming each day.
1. Describe your current diet? Where do you get most of your calories from?
I hate being on a diet, it is neither healthy nor efficient. Reducing calories when you are on a diet may destroy muscle tissues because at the beginning, your body is taking the missing calories exactly from there, not from your fat areas. Secondly, your body accept this low calorie regime and thus your metabolism gets slower, the moment you stop being on a diet the body gets confused and instead of losing fat, it will start to gain more because of the stress that you caused it.
When I feel hungry after lunch I don’t wait for dinner. I just eat some nuts, or fruits. My daily menu contains rice, potatoes, broccoli, nuts, muesli, salad, chicken, white fish, spaghetti, dark chocolate my favorite one. Like one of my favorite guys in fitness world says: Eat green to be lean. You can see from my diet journal exactly what I am eating.
2. How many calories do you eat?
Counting calories drives me crazy. I only make sure I do not eat greasy or pre-cooked food.
1. What makes EzFitness different from any other workout?
The workouts can be done everywhere and anytime. They are mainly focused on getting the desired results fast through quick, short, yet highly intense movements which engage in multiple muscle usage at once. The workouts are constantly changing so the body never gets a chance to adapt. They are effective and efficient because: They build muscles, burn calories, increase stamina in a short and long term after completion. For up to 24 hours, your metabolism remains boosted, you will be developing strength and increase in muscle mass not just by cardio alone.
2. My muscles sore after a workout, is it bad?
When you do an intensive workout, your muscles may stretch and tear. It’s the tearing that causes the burning experience during exercise leading to the soreness that you feel for the next day or two. When your muscles adjust themselves however, they are stronger than they were before. If you are sore more than 48 hours it’s a sign that you over trained yourself, in this case cease training until you are fully recovered.
3. What are your fitness goals?
These exercises are designed to help you tone your body and keep your muscles well in balance. They are not means to make a body builder out of you. If having a well-toned body along with the feeling of being healthy and firm are your goals, then EzFitness is the right place for you, it surely worked for me.
4. How much time can you dedicate to your workout schedule?
My regular workout schedules is 12 minutes, plus 10 minutes for warm-ups and cool downs which makes 22 minutes in total. Surely you can spare 22 minutes of your time? I’m curtain you can.
5. Your workout schedule?
Between 4-5 times per week. But I am trying to move a lot and I love being outside.
6. Can you repeat one workout in the same week?
Yes I did and nothing bad happened. I just try to avoid repeating it on a daily basis. For example if I would do the first workout on a Monday, and I want to repeat it again I’d reschedule it to a Friday or Saturday. The real point to it all is to repeat it after months and see the results.
7. What is the best time of the day to work out?
It all depends on the individual. I personally like to work out in the morning, but if you feel better performing the exercises in the afternoon then please feel free to do so.
8. Do you do any other exercises?
No I don’t. The whole point is to reduce my time for working out and at the same time have equal results as you would achieve in a gym. Achieve more for less time.
9. How long you warm up before and stretch after workout?
I warm up around 5-6 min. It’s the same amount of time for stretching.
10. Does the workouts burn fat? Will I have big muscles?
Yes, the workouts does burn fats/calories and keeps you in shape, however, the workouts are not designed to create big muscle mass, just look at my body, it will not happen to you either.
11. What can I do specially for the lower belly or other parts of my body (breast, butt)?
The workouts are for full body workout. They are highly efficient for your stomach, legs, arms, abs and buttock. To influence on a specific area of your body you should work on every muscle. The functionality of the muscles by themselves is provoked separately by the growing hormones which on their part stimulate the growth of muscles throughout the whole body. Having muscles means burning calories and fat which are the conclusion of having a flat stomach, tight buttock and fit legs.
1. How to insert workout in my busy schedule?
12 Minutes per day. Remember. Only 12 minutes.
2. How to get motivated?
As they say, no pain no gain. Having that said, you may find that talking to people who already started exercising will reassure and motivate you, but in the end it is really time to get started. You will have a higher self-confidence, its fun and will make you feel healthier and fit. You will like it, I assure you. You will love to see yourself as a master of your own body and mind. The body is a temple; it’s up to you to maintain it to its full glory.