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Do the Chloe Ting workouts really work?
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To loose weight yes, too build muscle, get 'toned' or get abs no because you needs weights for that. I can go into it more if you want me to
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Yes. If you want variety try Adrienne and Joe Wicks as well. You can make up your own workouts involving a hula hoop, trampoline, skipping rope, Frisbee, beanbags, exercise ball, yoga mat, and exercise DVD too. Other types of useful equipment include hand weights, dumbbells, heavy stuffed toys etc. Search around on Amazon to find useable supplies for exercise sessions in addition. This includes those handy helpful fitness books. Also go on nature walks in order to spot some really cute ducks at a lake and so on but mainly for more variety each week. Plan each fitness session carefully to include elements that are very important to you. Try doing some warm up and cool down stretches additionally. After some time you will see results. Set and then keep a printed out list of your fitness goals as a means of monitoring yourself on top of this. Track your progress over time daily. Best wishes to you OP.
Definitely also try to fully read a couple of fitness articles or books at least to get more exercise options or good ideas for the future in case. Reflect on your goals. Write them up somehow somewhere. You can jot them all down in a plain black notebook or on a noticeboard if you have one at home to use.
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Yes. If you want variety try Adrienne and Joe Wicks as well. You can make up your own workouts involving a hula hoop, trampoline, skipping rope, Frisbee, beanbags, exercise ball, yoga mat, and exercise DVD too. Other types of useful equipment include hand weights, dumbbells, heavy stuffed toys etc. Search around on Amazon to find useable supplies for exercise sessions in addition. This includes those handy helpful fitness books. Also go on nature walks in order to spot some really cute ducks at a lake and so on but mainly for more variety each week. Plan each fitness session carefully to include elements that are very important to you. Try doing some warm up and cool down stretches additionally. After some time you will see results. Set and then keep a printed out list of your fitness goals as a means of monitoring yourself on top of this. Track your progress over time daily. Best wishes to you OP.
Definitely also try to fully read a couple of fitness articles or books at least to get more exercise options or good ideas for the future in case. Reflect on your goals. Write them up somehow somewhere. You can jot them all down in a plain black notebook or on a noticeboard if you have one at home to use.
What about a coloured notebook?
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What about a coloured notebook?
you can use it as a way to set goals and write down exercises too.
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Yes. If you want variety try Adrienne and Joe Wicks as well. You can make up your own workouts involving a hula hoop, trampoline, skipping rope, Frisbee, beanbags, exercise ball, yoga mat, and exercise DVD too. Other types of useful equipment include hand weights, dumbbells, heavy stuffed toys etc. Search around on Amazon to find useable supplies for exercise sessions in addition. This includes those handy helpful fitness books. Also go on nature walks in order to spot some really cute ducks at a lake and so on but mainly for more variety each week. Plan each fitness session carefully to include elements that are very important to you. Try doing some warm up and cool down stretches additionally. After some time you will see results. Set and then keep a printed out list of your fitness goals as a means of monitoring yourself on top of this. Track your progress over time daily. Best wishes to you OP.
Definitely also try to fully read a couple of fitness articles or books at least to get more exercise options or good ideas for the future in case. Reflect on your goals. Write them up somehow somewhere. You can jot them all down in a plain black notebook or on a noticeboard if you have one at home to use.
Thank you, this was really helpful
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