Question by  jdog (28)

Can you help me with a lifetime fitness program?

I want a program I can do for the rest of my life.


Answer by  mem4dr (1378)

Focus on doing moderate exercise several days a week. Choose exercises you enjoy - there are lots of activities to choose from such as walking, running, playing sports, dance classes, exercise dvds, weight lifting, etc. Picking something you love will make it easy to stick with it for a lifetime.


Answer by  Elizabeth73 (292)

There are many fitness programs around however the best program is one which you will stick with and which does not require a lot of fancy equipment and can even be taken on the road. This is why I recommend fitdeck. It is the size of a deck of cards and all exercises are illustrated and require no extra machines.


Answer by  Jonnyboy92345 (182)

Thiers wii fit for the wii dont get this. If you want a good program get P90X its great program just check their website for real true storys im not doing it but my aunts husband is on it and its working for him.


Answer by  Abaddon (82)

In order to have a lifetime fitness program, you need to change your lifestyle first. Know and understand that you will progress through a number of different routines and programs as your needs change and as you grow bored with old routines. To start out with, 'Body for Life' by Bill Phillips is a very good system.


Answer by  blazer (39)

The p90x fitness program is a very good program that you can use for the rest of your life. It uses Muscle confusion to keep you body from reaching a "plateau" or getting accustomed to the workout hence gaining you massive results. It comes with 13 DVDs, a nutrition guide, exercise planner and a calendar to track your progress.


Answer by  RobertoCastro (112)

Tennis. With only a handful of lessons you will be ready to make tennis part of your long lasting healthy life. All you need is one other person and you can play into your eighties. Make sure you get instruction on proper serve technique and movement because you can get a lifelong workout from tennis.


Answer by  Jonah14 (640)

Depending on your goals, it should involve all of your muscle groups and leave you enough time to rest. First start with low to medium intensity, gradually advance.

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