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Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to build muscle, you’ll need to start weight training. Lifting heavy weights effectively rips the muscle fibres and as the body repairs, it replaces damaged muscle fibres to form new strands. As a result, this increases the thickness and size of the muscle.

Your rest will depend on your workout schedule. Like I said previously, I recommend 1 or 2 full days of rest in your schedule. This isn’t only great for giving your body time to recover from your workouts, it also can be a great time for Self care to promote mental health.

No, you do not need to work out every day.  In fact, in most cases, I would recommend at least 1-2 days of total rest a week. However, just because you have a rest or recovery day. scheduled into your calendar, doesn’t necessarily mean you aren’t active at all on these days. Light, regular movement such as walking your dog around the block, or taking time for stretching or form rolling are great recovery techniques to help increase blood flow and reduce tension in tight muscles. 

Generally, cardio training such as swimming or running will burn the most calories per session. Weight training will help you burn more calories over the course of the day – muscle burns more calories at rest than other tissues, including fat, and therefore speeds up your resting metabolism.

This depends on your fitness levels, what type of training you’re doing and what intensity you’re training at. Just remember, something is always better than nothing. If you only have 30 minutes, try to fit in a quick head (High Intensity Interval Training) workout or go for a run.

Your diet plays a huge role in the overall success of your new routine. Regardless of your goals, it’s important to give your body the fuel and energy it needs to crush and recover from your workouts. There are tons of diets out there, and really when it comes down to it, the choice is personal. If I can give a general piece of advice, it would be to simply focus on including more  whole foods in your diet. If you want to show up for your workout and perform your best, the nutrients you're filling your body with matter. The quality and content of what you eat make a difference, so try maximizing fresh foods where you can.


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