How long should I stay at level 1 ?

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    #16
    The fitness test is a rough estimate to give you a starting point. However, if - for example - the test places you at level 3 that doesn't mean you can or should do ALL the workouts in our database at level 3. Obviously a stretching workout at level 3 is way different to a difficulty 5 dumbbell workout at level 3.

    The workout, or rather difficulty of workout, is your choice. No one can tell you which exercises or which type of exercises you can or cannot do. Some people are more comfortable with HIIT, others prefer strength exercises. Some like explosive movements, others like static poses. But, once you found your workout then the fitness test gives you a rough idea at which intensity (or level) you should do the workout on.

    Faple taking on a program is a good idea. This has several advantages: the workout plan is already laid out for you so you "just" have to show up and do it. Sticking to a program gets you in the habit of working out regularly. And completing a program gives you a baseline and a good idea of what you are capable of, so you can plan your next steps from there. Foundation is an excellent choice to begin your journey with

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      #17
      Originally posted by TheRaven View Post
      The fitness test is a rough estimate to give you a starting point. However, if - for example - the test places you at level 3 that doesn't mean you can or should do ALL the workouts in our database at level 3. No one can tell you which exercises or which type of exercises you can or cannot do.
      Thank you!

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