Confused about which training routine you should opt for? Foreverfit offers you 4 options. 

F8 3 training routines to choose from - 1#1 Body weight training
Body weight training is exactly what it suggests, using the body’s own weight to train! This group of exercises includes pylometrics, side jackknives, crunches, and lunges, and yield amazing fitness results in a short time. Since body weight exercises don’t require machines, it is easier to move from one exercise to the next, without too much rest in between.

And the best part is, that the non-stop movement increases the intensity of the workout.  Also, body weight exercises can be done anywhere, anytime. For the best results, combine with quick cardio sessions.

F8 3 different training routines to choose from - 2#2 PHA training
Peripheral Heart Action(PHA) training is one of the most effective ways to burn fat, boost your heart rate, and build muscle strength all at once. You do circuits of  5 to 6 low-intensity moves, without taking a break. A PHA workout differs from other kinds of circuit training, since it works small muscles around the heart first, followed by those around the body periphery.

F8 3 different training routines to choose from - 3#3 Functional Fitness
As the name suggests, functional fitness is basic and improves your upper and lower body function. It essentially trains you to master your every day physical activities by improving your basic muscle strength and balance.

Functional fitness can be built at home or at the gym. Common functional exercises include squats, and the use of apparatus such as fitness ball, kettle bells, and weights.

#4 Tabata training

Tabata training is a high intensity, interval workout. This workout is about 20-25 minutes long, and improves both aerobic and anaerobic fitness levels.  Apart from toning the body, this workout boosts the metabolism, strengthens the core, and builds endurance.

But Tabata is only for fit folks. So, if you are a beginner to exercise routines, please avoid it. Your body may not be ready for the challenge of such a high intensity routine, so you risk injury.

The routine encompasses a set pattern of high intensity exercises done for 20 seconds, followed by a rest period of ten seconds. Then, there are twenty seconds of exercise and this is repeated eight times, for each exercise. In all, the time spent is 4 minutes.

Usually Tabata regimes include four or five exercises, that work out variety of muscles to enable all-round development. In addition, training incorporates many strength building exercises: push-ups, planks, squats, stability ball exercises, resistance bands, weights or bench.