Should you set it for your goal time or realistic time to excercise?

Andrea Q.
I usually try to make a balance between the two besucase it is essential to have a goal, otherwise you don’t know which direction to go or what your objetives are. But you also have to be realistic. That will help you get real results and feel accomplished.

Amanda O.
I prefer to set it for a realistic time because that way you are able to build a positive association with exercise. If you are always dreading it then it won’t truly become a habit. When you set realistic goals that you can achieve you will be able to have successes and any additional work towards your goals will further give your brain positive feedback!

Samuel Y.
I dont have a set time, I work out until I’m nearly injured, and then I rest. I don’t feel bad if I don’t work out because I’m sore from before.