Student Guide to working out
If you’re a big muscle man then the chances are you won’t be reading the health guide on a student orientated web site so I’m not going to be telling people on how to become the next Mr Universe.
I am assuming most people reading this are just average people wanting to keep fit and toned. For this reason all the advice I am going to give is for the average person exercising about 3-4 times a week.
It can be hard trying to find the time to get exercise, go to uni, go out and relax. But exercise doesn’t have to take up that much time. If you can’t afford to go to a gym or don’t have the time then its easy just to do a half hour run.
Do that 3-4 times a week and you shouldn’t have to worry too much about what you eat. I found a good time to exercise is before the day has started. Get up 40 minutes earlier than you would usually and go for a run, it will leave you refreshed, energetic and more ready for a hard days work. Plus this will increase your metabolism for the day allowing you to eat more.
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