It's amazing what you can do nowadays. Just a few minutes ago, I conducted my first personal training session...err..somewhat. It was done online and I was actually training my friend Nani who's based in Melaka.
Nani is on a quest to lose weight and she often asks for my advice. I tell her what I know. Thankfully, her exercise regime is still in the beginner's stage so I could quite confidently tell her what she's doing wrong and what she's doing right.
Tonight was the first session and the most glaring mistake I can see is her posture when executing moves. Although I can demonstrate to her what the correct posture looks like, I am not able to physically correct her body alignment when it starts to go all awry.
I suggested her to do the plank (to make her body remember the correct posture: body in a straight line) and do kneeling pushups to build up endurance and strength. Top it off with 60 starjumps split into two sets of 30. These three moves are to be done on a daily basis.
It won't take long to execute them, me thinks. 10 to 15 minutes tops. What do you think? Is it too much or too little?