You exercise—which is fantastic—but maybe you’re not reaching your goal. Different workouts create different results, and it’s important to customize your exercise to ensure that you see the changes you want. Below we will explore different types of goals and workouts to achieve each one.
Are you looking to gain muscle? If so, strength training is the name of the game! It’s no secret that as we age we lose muscle mass—and resistance training is one of the best ways to build it back up. Weight lifting can build muscle while strengthening bones and connective tissue. Strength training can be done with workout machines, free weights, and barbells.
When your goal is to gain muscle, after each workout you should drink a Mass Gainer to help with muscle growth and recovery. Our delicious 900-calorie gainer is the smart way to add 50g of quality protein and 155g of carbs to your regimen. We added both fiber and digestive enzymes so that you get the very most out of this gainer! It’s loaded with 3g of L-Glutamine, 5g of creatine, and a vitamin and mineral complex to help you exceed your goals. Recover, build, and train harder—the natural way!
If you are looking to lose weight, try some high-intensity intervals. This type of exercise is known to burn calories and to do it better and longer. How? Pace yourself with a slow jog, then go full speed, drop back down to your comfort zone, and repeat. Your cardio blasts should be 30 seconds to 5 minutes, depending on where you’re at in your fitness journey. You want to keep your heart rate up to 80-95 percent of its maximum rate. It’s important to stay hydrated during these high-intensity intervals. Try PI’s BCAA with electrolytes to keep you moving!
Looking to increase your stamina to run a 5K? Endurance training is for you. To build up, do a high-intensity workout like one of the mentioned above, but really push yourself. If you’re looking into endurance training, you should already be familiar with the high-intensity interval workouts. Do them!
Too stressed? Well, there’s an exercise for that too! Walking. A brisk walk can better your mind. Walking also stimulates the part of your brain involved in memory and listening.
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In conclusion, there’s honestly a workout for everything you would like to achieve. If you would like to know more about a workout for your goals please comment below, we would love to hear from you.