Obviously regular workout leads to weight loss and muscle gain. Every pound of muscle you gain depends on your age, hereditary factors, diet, gender and baseline fitness. In case of men, it is from 1.5 to 2.5 pounds of muscle every month whereas women average, the gain is half a pound every week if you adhere to a strict regime. Male chauvinists cheer up! Women are slow in gaining muscles. They are half as fast as men. So it is one pound in a month for female.
At M&M, results can be seen as little as in a week if you cut calories and do heavy workouts. The miracle you perceive in the first week that is a loss of more than two pounds is due to your shedding of extra water retention. Stick to the goal of 2 pounds a week, that's all.
Cardio work outs pay off in a week's time in terms of increase in endurance. 4-5 weeks over you experience considerable changes in your lung capacity. A mix of cardio with other workouts like on the treadmill, elliptical and arc trainers, the row machine, swimming, jogging, bicycle riding, hiking would see your heart capable of pumping blood more efficiently.
Within seven days you feel more flexible. When it comes to toning, generally,two weeks is all it takes to get the initial results. The toning exercises don’t tear into your muscles, so do it every day so that the resulting contraction makes the body appear more defined.