Scott Britton advised those who wanted to become in shape to prioritize strength training, make the most of their gym time, and, if they could, work out with a trainer.
Britton, a British athlete, claimed that the instructor’s lack of visibility makes digital exercise courses challenging. According to Britton, some people may not respond well to advice to exert more effort, while others may require form correction. Additionally, he believes that activity trackers that constantly encourage individuals to exercise more violate social responsibility because health and fitness should be about striking a balance between rest and activity. When trying to reduce weight or get in shape, many people start running or engaging in HIIT (high intensity interval training), but neglecting strength-training is a mistake, according to Britton. As previously reported by Insider’s Marissa Cruz Lemar, strength training has a lot more advantages than muscle building, including strengthening bones and joints, lowering the risk of injury, enhancing heart health, and increasing calorie burn while at rest.