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You could try doing some circuit training while out on your walks. Things like push ups, sit ups, box jumps(if you find a rock/bench or something to jump on), there's so many things you could add in. Could maybe also try some HIIT(bit different to jogging as it's done in short intense bursts). Also could give yoga a shot. This can be done pretty much ...


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I would say that about 20 minutes is a good goal. Start by running a lamp post then walking and gradually cut out the walks. There's a very good app called Couch to 5k which I have recommended to lots of people, who can now comfortably run for 30 minutes. Don't worry about what others are doing. Running is a very personal journey, and as long as you are ...


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Well, yes. DOMS isn't only experienced after focusing on exercise, but whenever your muscles have been subjected to strenuous work which it's not accustomed to. It's very possible that cardio is the culprit, but for someone who doesn't exercise at all, even taking a flight of stairs could cause DOMS. It's sometimes hard to pinpoint the exact reason, given ...


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Calisthenics (body weight exercises), my friend, is one of your best options. Most calisthenic exercises do not require a lot of equipment and are very effective as they're combinations of cardio and strength training. Not only can you perform them at home, you can even perform some of them at work, right by your desk. Of course, the most famous ...


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Cardio can be good, but I'd recommend doing weights a few times a week aswell since you have a desk job and are inactive for most of the day. Putting on more muscle will mean you're burning more calories throughout the day while at rest. Weight training is also more fun than cardio on a machine in my opinion :) Good luck!



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