Get the Most From Your Infrared Workout Routine
I would venture to say that most workout routines in America today end in a failure. They fail due to poor results. The individual will aspire to achieve the goal but becomes frustrated and falls off the workout wagon.
You gotta stay motivated, so there is that. But sometimes motivation is lost due to an improper training method, thus, causing an individual to quit.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of people who join health clubs quit because they don’t use the facility enough, and since they don’t come often enough they certainly don’t see the results that they want.
But why do they stop coming to the gym or studio in the first place?
Just as anything in life, a workout routine needs integrity to withstand the test of time. Workout integrity is based on proper methodology. Poor workout methods cause people to fall into a workout rut sometimes. This can lead to fitness negativity, poor studio attendance and outright apathy.
Often times people stop coming because of a flawed workout program that dooms them to failure without them even knowing it. For example, many people get stuck in a rut of only practicing one workout type. If all you do is yoga, then eventually you will get bored and either quit or look for a change. Or, maybe all you do is run and you’ve reached a plateau. You might be stuck on an indoor cycling routine.
It’s time for some variety! Get out of that rut. It’s time to INCORPORATE INFRARED CROSS-TRAINING into your weekly workout routine!
If you are a new member of a HOTWORX 24Hr Infrared Fitness Studio then you have joined a studio that provides you with the opportunity to cross-train until your heart’s content. It would take almost three weeks of training four days per week to do the same workout type again within a HOTWORX studio.
Take a moment to look over the HOTWORX Training Method:
The key to training success is cross-training my friends. Use all of the numerous workouts available and never let yourself get stuck on one workout type. My workout routine consists of five weight training sessions Monday – Friday at 7:30 a.m. and 3-4 Infrared isometric workouts per week usually during my lunch break. I never do the same isometric workout twice in any given week. This isometric round-robbin approach provides sufficient cross-training to my routine.
Cross-training provides for a more complete strengthening and conditioning of your muscle groups.
Cross-training does three things:
1-Keeps you from getting bored with the same workout type.
2-Keeps you motivated.
3-Ensures that all of your muscle groups are fully worked and that they are worked differently.
Cross-training creates a wholistic fitness result as opposed to select muscles being worked similarly with only one workout type.
The whole is always greater than the sum of a part. USE MULTIPLE WORKOUT TYPES!
Cross-training will give you the most from your weekly infrared training routine!