Intensity Vs Duration Vs Frequency

January 13, 2012 at 3:40 am | Posted in Fitness | Leave a comment

Some people exercise once a week, while hardworking ones exercise as many as 4 times a week! Some workouts take as little as 15 mins, while others may take as long as 1.5 hours at each session. See the difference in the frequency and duration of the workouts? Well, although one may spend more time on the other, it does not necessarily mean that the “hardworking” one will get a better result.

Let’s bring on an example through your workplace. Will you deem a person who spends extra OT time to complete an assignment better than the other who spends lesser time to complete the SAME assignment but with better result? I hope you get my point here.

The frequency and/or duration of your sessions do not have more impact than the intensity during each session. In other words, what matters more is how you make use of YOUR time during YOUR workout. That brings me to my main point. Intensity is the most important factor that will differentiate one person from another in terms of fitness results. Thus, if you want to get a better result faster, make your session more efficient. Reduce your rest time, reduce your chit-chatting with your friends (if you are in gym), reduce checking out the hot girl at the corner.

Increase your INTENSITY of your workout!

CONTACT ME now to experience a good level of workout intensity. I’m excited !

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