The #1 Best Exercise Hack for Maximum Results


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You need to understand exercise principles to get the most out of your workout. Here’s the best exercise advice to really maximize your results.


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0:00 Introduction: The best exercise advice
0:25 Exercise explained
1:32 Anaerobic exercise vs. aerobic exercise
4:12 Anaerobic exercise
8:30 Aerobic exercise
9:27 Understanding intensity
10:50 Learn more about how to increase recovery!

Today, we’re going to talk about the principles of exercise. Understanding these principles will help keep you from getting locked into a specific routine or wasting your time with certain workouts.

Exercise comes down to two different types, anaerobic and aerobic. Understanding these two types of exercise will give you the ability to adjust your workout to your needs and maximize your results.

Anaerobic exercise: Without oxygen
Duration: short
Intensity: high
Recovery: long
Frequency: less often
Goal: increasing muscle growth, strength, and speed

Aerobic exercise: With oxygen
Duration: long
Intensity: low
Recovery: short
Frequency: more often
Goal: endurance

You’ll see the most benefits if you do both anaerobic and aerobic exercises. This combination will help you maintain your muscles and endurance.

If you build up to doing the high-intensity workout required for anaerobic exercise—you only need to do the workout one to two times per week. A good example of a high-intensity workout is high-intensity interval training or HIIT. On the other days of the week, you need to recover or try aerobic exercise. You can do aerobic exercise three to seven days a week.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain the best exercise advice to maximize your results. I’ll see you in the next video.


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