TRAIN CORRECTLY –
WITH THE RIGHT PLAN
Our training plan consists of 10 exercises that are designed to work all the key muscle groups: :
Don’t be too hasty – Build up gradually
Start with 2 sets of 8 repetitions. Increase the number of repetitions to 12 before adding an extra training set.
Breaks are important and helpful
Breaks are important and helpful Leave a gap of between 45 and 60 seconds between sets.
Quality is more important than quantity
Quality is more important than quantity Pay attention to your posture and the quality of movement.
Planning your training correctly will increase your chances of success
If you also want to train your cardiovascular system or are simply short of time, combine 2 different exercises by switching back and forth between them without leaving a gap in between.
Breathe correctly and deeply
Be sure to breathe out while taking the strain and breathe in while returning to the starting position.
Do not overdo it – Regeneration
You should leave 48 to 72 hours between each individual training session.
Tip: Before embarking on your first training session, check with your doctor that you are fit enough to exercise or whether any restrictions apply. If you ever start to feel unwell during training, the best thing to do is to abandon the session and start again another day.