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Which Workout Is Best For You?

Are you getting the physical and mental results you’ve been wanting from your daily workouts? What many people often don’t realize is that sometimes the best exercises are the ones you aren’t doing.

Do you avoid exercising regularly because of the uncertainty of knowing which exercises are best for your body type? If wanting to feel better, be more energized, and perhaps live longer, look no further than exercise and healthy eating.

The benefits of exercise are yours for the taking. The first step towards your physical activity destination is to understand how various workouts positively affect your physical and mental state of being in different ways. The next step is to choose which workout(s) is best for you.


Different Workouts for Your Body Type  

The first step to creating your personal physical activity plan is to determine what type of exercise(s) will contribute to both your physical and mental needs. The 4 exercises listed below offer a variety of benefits for the mind and body.


1.Practicing Pilates regularly can help you:

  • Improve core strength and stability
  • Improve posture and balance
  • Improve flexibility
  • Prevent and/or treat back pain


2.Practicing Yoga regularly can help you:

  •  Improve flexibility
  •  Improve muscle strength and tone
  •  Improve respiration and energy
  •  Improve cardiovascular and circulatory health
  •  Maintain a balanced metabolism


3.Regular Strength/Weight  training routines can help you :

  • Improve bone density
  • Gain muscle and lose fat
  • Improve motor performance
  • Decrease risk of injury
  • Improve quality of life with higher self confidence


4.Regular Cardio workouts can help you:

  • Control Weight
  • Increase blood flow
  • Strengthen the heart muscle
  • Improve energy levels
  • Prevent heart disease