Weekly Training #6

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Wow, that week went quickly!  Here we are again, another 30 min training session that you can download and use at your leisure.  This is all about numbers.  Increasing and decreasing the reps and exercises as the circuit progressess.  Hang in with it – it’s worth it.  Please click on the link below to access and download the programme:

20160620-Numbers Up (and Down)

I hope that you find these training programmes useful.  You will be able to keep them in your training plan files and get them out and give them a try whenever you want to.  If you want a more specific training programme, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or via email at Head4Fitness@yahoo.co.uk.

Stay fit and achieve the unthinkable:)

Weekly Training #5

weekly-training

Well, another week has gone by, so it brings me to another post and another training session for you to download and complet (if you want to!)

This session is all about combining two exercises together.  Working 1 min (30 sec each) before moving onto the next set of two exercises.  Please click on the below link to download the programme:

20160613-Double Trouble

I hope that you find these training programmes useful.  You will be able to keep them in your training plan files and get them out and give them a try whenever you want to.  If you want a more specific training programme, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or via email at Head4Fitness@yahoo.co.uk.

Stay fit and achieve the unthinkable 🙂

 

 

Weekly Training #4

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So, another week, another training session for you to enjoy.  This one is all about maximums.  Maximum repetitions; maximum intensity; maximum control; maximum quality.  In short, 2, 8 min circuits where you try and complete as many repetitions as you can within the alloted time.  This would be great for a high intensity session, and even as a testing session to check your fitness levels.

20160606-AMRAP

Benefits of training for 30 min #4 – Formalising exercise

Here is a great article that articulates well the benefits of 30 min of exercise and also trying to reach the 10,000 steps a day goal.

Stay fit, stay healthy and achieve the unthinkable 🙂