Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some commonly asked questions (FAQs) that we’ve compiled to provide you with more information about our fitness services. so we’ve answered these questions to address any concerns you may have.

No, it’s not necessary to work out every day. For most people, it’s recommended to have at least 1-2 days of rest per week to allow the body to recover.

The length of your workouts can vary based on your fitness level and goals. The CDC recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week, plus muscle-strengthening activities on 2 or more days per week1.

A combination of regular physical activity and a healthy diet is the most effective way to lose weight. It’s important to create a calorie deficit by burning more calories than you consume.

To increase muscle mass, incorporate strength training into your routine, focusing on exercises that target major muscle groups. Ensure you’re consuming enough protein to support muscle growth.

Both have their benefits. Cardio is great for heart health and endurance, while strength training is essential for building muscle and bone density. A balanced routine that includes both is ideal.

 Most people can get all the nutrients they need from a balanced diet. However, some individuals may benefit from supplements. Consult with a healthcare professional before starting any supplement regimen.

 It depends on the injury. Always consult with a healthcare provider or a physical therapist before exercising with an injury. They can provide modifications to avoid further harm.

Set realistic goals, track your progress, and find activities that you enjoy. Mixing up your routine can also help keep things interesting and prevent boredom.

Before a workout, eat a meal or snack that includes carbohydrates and protein for energy and muscle support. Post-workout, focus on replenishing with protein to aid in muscle recovery and carbohydrates to restore energy levels.

Sleep is crucial for recovery, performance, and overall health. Aim for 7-9 hours of quality sleep per night to support your fitness goals.

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