Some things to remember , you need to work your way up. You don’t need to run a marathon or spend hours working out to feel the benefits of FITT movement . Once you get started, plan is to increase at least one FITT component regularly to help you stay on track and make improvements.
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FIRST FITT PRINCIPLES
F – Frequency
How many days per week can you make time to exercise?
I – Intensity
How intense will you exercise? Intensity can vary between light, moderate and vigorous intensity activities. For example, walking slowly is a low intensity activity, walking briskly or shooting around a basketball is a moderate intensity activity and running (>5mph) is a vigorous intensity activity. A good rule of thumb is that a person doing moderate-intensity aerobic activity can talk, but not sing. A person doing vigorous-intensity activity cannot say more than a few words without pausing for a breath.
T – Time
How many minutes will you dedicate to an activity or exercise?
T – Type
What sort of activity will you complete? Aerobic activities like walking, jogging, biking, swimming or Yoga, Pilates , dancing or strengthening activities such as exercises using exercise bands, weight machines or hand-held weights.
View my example chart based on a 4 x 4 challenge for myself for October. Have a look to get an idea how it works. If this interest you simply fill in submission below. I can work with you one on one using The MBW FITT4 Formula , or you can do it yourself create your own formula using the MBW FITT Chart.
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