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What’s the Best Workout for You?


Jul. 21, 2014 Men's Health

The right type of workout for you is whatever type of workout you’ll do—even if it’s not the most effective. That because if you enjoy doing it then you’re more likely to stick with it, and that’s the most important ingredient for losing weight and improving your fitness, says BJ Gaddour, C.S.C.S., CEO of Men’s Health StreamFit

For best results, combine the stuff you want to do, whether that’s pick-up basketball, swimming, or walking your dog, with the stuff you need to do, like structured whole-body metabolic workouts. “These fast, fun, and effective whole body workouts have you alternating between upper body, lower body, core and cardio exercises with short rest periods between moves to burn more calories per minute than any other form of strength training,” Gaddour says. They can also be completed in 30 minutes or less and only need to be performed three times per week for best results.

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