Fitness for Men

Although “fitness” is probably less commonly practiced by men (besides instructors) than by their female counterparts, it is still an important aspect of physical activity for men. This is especially true when it comes to the high-intensity part of fitness; for example, it is not uncommon to see spinning classes that have predominantly male participants. The goal, in addition to the enjoyment of training in a group, is almost always weight loss. Often the aerobic activity is associated (and rightly so) to a weight-training program at the gym, which is sometimes even done on the same day or immediately after. This is why we provided the subdivision of two categories:

BASIC

for those have only recently begun this type of physical activity, for those who practice only this type of activity, or for those practice “fitness” only occasionally in addition to other physical activities

ADVANCED

for those who have been exercising for some time and want to optimize their results, especially, as previously stated, for those who practice various types of physical activity simultaneously. In this case, it is very important to optimize the results, not only to ensure proper weight loss (often the desired outcome) but also to make sure that the muscle mass is preserved as much as possible

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