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Upper Body | Lower Body | Aerobic | Plan

Aerobic workouts on the Body-for-Life plan consist of any number exercises. The workout should take approximately 20 minutes. This means there is no time for slacking. This type of training is interval training. You start at a medium pace and work up to a fast pace and then back down and reapeat it. This is a short intense workout. The workouts are very intense as you are working up to achieving a ten by your set. A ten equates to muscle failure, the shaking and the struggling to move. When you achieve a ten in your workout routine it is an incredible feeling. Check back for more information on the Aerobics. I do aerobic training on the exercise bike, Calve machine, treadmill as well as stair climber. The calve machine is by far the hardest workout I have done to date. You can also look at the workout plan for an example of my upper body workout. To download your progress reports visit the Body-for-Life Web site.



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