Choosing the Right Workout

Chantis Mantilla, Ph.D.

You have to find what type of workout is ideal for yourself. Chantis Mantilla, Exercise Physiologist at Baptist Health South Florida, says having variety in your workout keeps that spice and motivation to want to keep working out.

It is important to try every type of exercise and if you don't like one, at least give it a try more times so you make sure it is not the proper workout for you.

"For adults the recommendation is 150 minutes per week of physical activity, that is two hours and 30 minutes, which you can break that down and do 30 minutes five days a week. And for children the recommendation is to have 60 minutes per day of physical activity", she explains.

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