Once I'm asking a question on behalf of someone else who isn't comfortable to write on an English site:
My wife wants to get in shape, i.e. lose some fat, gain some muscle, increase stamina, increase overall fitness.
Now there's a problem: She currently has only 90 minutes per week to go the gym, which is a lot less than normally required to get good results, but it's still better than doing nothing.
My question is: How to make the most out of these 90 minutes in the gym?
There are some obvious aspects, split training for example is out of the question.
But here are so many more aspects to this, where I'm not sure what's best here:
- More cardio or more resistance training?
- Low or high weights?
- Low or high number of repetions?
- Ultra-slow or explosive movements?
- How often should the workout routine be changed?
- Other aspects I'm not aware of?
There's tons of information on these aspects on the internet and on this site, but all in context of multiple training sessions per week, which I apply on my own training sessions (3-4 times a week) but I'm not sure how they apply to a single and mostly isolated workout session.