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workoutSports medicine verb To undertake a 30+ minute-session of usually isometric exercise–eg, weight-lifting, treadmill 'work,' rowing, other muscle training, often in a gym or health club. See Culture Vox populi verb To resolve a problem.
Patient discussion about workout
Q. What do you eat after a workout? What do you recommend a person eat after a cardio session? what about a lifting session?
Q. Is beer a good post-workout drink? We have an argument here within our friends. Please settle our argument. Is beer a good post-workout drink?
Q. What is a best home workout for weight loss around the stomach and waist? I can't go outside a lot, so I do Pilates. I want to know more workouts for weight loss.
I would focus on a total body fat loss program. Combining cardio with resistance training and sprinkling in some high intensity interval training is a great way to boost your fat loss. Then focus on eating healthier. Start off slowly though so that you don't get overwhelmed and feel like quitting. Go for walks, eat a few meals a day that are healthier with fruits and veggies, then eat regularly for the rest of the day. The point is to gradually transform your habits into healthier ones.