Searching for workout routines that can build up your stamina? If you are over 40 and starting to feel a little lazy and sluggish, a good exercise routine maybe what you need.
Staying active with a good thought out exercise or work out routine will benefit you greatly! You'll definitely feel the difference.
But before we get to the workout routines, lets talk a little bit about what stamina is.
Stamina is the human body’s ability to with stand prolonged period of physical effort and activities.
It doesn't matter what your age is or your body type, your stamina can be improved provided you follow a well-planned and fixed work routine.
Once you get used to a quick 10 minute work out, and there are some great effective 10 minute work out routines out there (I will show you some in another article), you'll wonder why did you didn't start sooner!
All it takes is some passion and motivation from Darron's Beauty Shop to help your body achieve the goal of building higher endurance and stamina.
Cardiovascular Exercises like jogging, hiking, swimming and even fast walking are the best way to start the process of building up your stamina.
Low to medium intensity exercises will improve body endurance steadily. It’s always better to start slow and these cardio type activities can be easily accommodated by the body for starters.
Cardio exercises can be done daily for 30 to 45 minutes without repeating the type of exercise. Stretching your body is advisable before starting the session.
Light Weight Workout
Weight training is a great method to increase your body strength which in turn will support the Stamina and Endurance change happening in your body.
Care should be taken to use a weight limit that creates the required balanced muscle fatigue and not over work the body.
Doing light weight workout 3 times week, with 8 to 15 repetitions and with sufficient gap between them should be appropriate.
The Bodyweight workout is very simple, but super effective when it comes to burning a tremendous amount of calories.
This type of workout will provide required body balance, improve agility and adds core strength to the body.
Perform the exercises below in 16 repetitions each and for 2 rounds on alternate days.
This exercise will help in burning calories very fast. Also, lower body strength will be see a significant improvement.
With your feet shoulder length apart, lower into a squat keeping your knees behind your toes.
Pushing off your heels as much as you can, jump straight up with as much force as possible. As soon as you land, go directly back into a squat position getting ready to jump again.
From a squat to a jump and back down is 1 repetition.
Burpees are good bodyweight exercises which works on almost all muscles in the body leaving you gasping in a good way.
Now this exercise is tuff to do in a continuous manner. Body parts like glute muscle, thighs, abs and calves are fully worked out during this task. Initially you may experience muscle pains but after regular practice, it will subside.
A cardio bodyweight exercise which tones your abs, arms, quads and hamstrings is very important for overall core build of the body.
Circuits can be taken as advanced workout routine for building up the stamina. This workout should be started only doing few weeks of low intensity workout like cardio exercises.
Circuits are nothing but a workout which combines strength training and cardio exercises in a 3 to 12 stations.
Circuits can be effectively performed by doing combination exercises with just about 30 seconds break in between them.
Once your body is accustomed to the workout, then the break can be reduced to 15 seconds for good results.
The above discussed are very good and effective work routines which can we followed by both a beginner and a Pro. Always remember to stretch and cool down before and after doing the exercises.
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