What is a recommended workout regimen for a true beginner?

  • I'd like to know how long should I stick with the True Beginner workout before moving on to something more intense?

    jcuello   by: jcuello
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    Neptune8265  10 months ago by: Neptune8265

    I did the TB for one full run, then I did another 2 week round of TB 1 & 2 in the same day. So I did TB 1 & 2 Stability & Mobility in the same day, Core 1 & 2 etc. for two weeks. Now the last two weeks I am doing the TB of the day and alternating KB1 & Move 15. I follow Justin's idea of keeping your own pace and listening to your own body. One thing I have learned is that I can do the work out successfully with out feeling like I have to keep up with the trainers.

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    ashkoven  10 months ago by: ashkoven

    Depends on how hard it is for you to do it. If your able to do all the moves without modifiers and without struggling then step it up and try Cardio Sculpt (my personal 2nd step choice) or whatever program seems good to you. If it's too difficult you can always take it back down to True Beginner for another round

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    GalacticHero  10 months ago by: GalacticHero

    I did one round of TB then went to Cardio Sculpt. Each of the CS workouts has a standard, modified (easier) and more intense version. You can choose the version and pace to challenge yourself.

    I just finished CS and now am doing the one week long Recover program, then will do the TBT for a change and see how that goes. It also has three levels of intensity.

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