How Hard Should I Train?

QUESTION:

Does a workout need to be an hour long to be effective?

ANSWER:

No, it really doesn't. As women get older, training hard for a whole hour can be intimidating, exhausting and counterproductive for many. Shorter workouts with peaks of high intensity provide a strong stimulus for muscle growth without stressing and exhausting our internal system.


Midlife is the time in life when women need to train smarter and not harder. Weight loss need not be a battle of wills, it may simply be time to reevaluate the methods you are using to see if they are giving health and wellness or taking it away.


If you are feeling burned out by your current training, please reach out. I am here to guide you towards a more effective path that will see you reach your health, wellness and body composition goals over the longterm. This is not a quick fix or a 12 week plan, this is learning a new way to live for the rest of your life!






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Melanie Briony is a fitness and lifestyle coach who supports midlife women (over 40) as they move into the peri and post-menopause years. This is a huge time of change for a woman, nothing is as it used to be. The restrictive diets and hard exercise regimes that worked in your 30s just won’t cut it anymore. Melanie is here to show you how your changing hormones are impacting on your body and what you can do to take back the reins and bring about positive change. At midlife, a woman has to learn how to work ‘with’ her body. This includes - managing stress, eating the right foods at the right time, sleeping longer, saying no more often and taking back her power. “You are not about to disappear into the mist of old age, you have the strength and courage to move through this transition and come out the other side as a stronger and wiser version of you”. Contact Melanie to find out more about how she can support you.

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