Now this must be an understandable question from people who have recently decided to join the workout regime.  The time and frequency for which you should workout can be a confusing topic for beginners. You must have already tried to form an exercise routine and had to quit midway due to irregular timings. Well, here is some information that can help you.

Honestly, the frequency of workout differs from person to person. Not everyone would have the same fitness needs and body types. The solution is in knowing why you are working out in the first place. Is it specifically for weight loss? Dieting is a good strategy to lose weight, but does not do much good without proper exercise too. If your aim is to lose excess weight, you must include activities like cardio, core work and stretching. You can start small and exercise for two to three days a week and then gradually increase the timespan. You must schedule a rest day between sessions. If the training is for two consecutive days, take a rest day. Strength training and cardio are great ways of losing weight. But one should also pay adequate attention to other healthy habits like dieting, eating healthy, sleep etc.

The more athletic and fit individuals can work out as much as they like depending on the body type. One can spend a fixed amount of time, like may be an hour every day for exercise. Of course, it will help if you develop your workout routine into a habit. Once it is made into a regular habit, you don’t have to worry about how and when to exercise. Many people bail out from workout because they didn’t stick onto it regularly.

We all go into workouts with our very own goals, so it is important not to compare with other’s fitness level and find what is best for our body.  Start small and work your way up. You can increase the level of workout, once your body gets ready for that. And what’s more important is staying loyal to the routine, even in the midst of hectic job and family life.