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Daily workouts

Your muscles experience microtraumas during workouts and then grow and get stronger on rest days, which is why it is so important to set the right activity pace. 

The number of workouts depends on your fitness level. If you are a beginner, try exercising every other day or at least twice a week. 

If you have been exercising for a long time, let yourself rest at least once a week.

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