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How can I find out a good workout for me without having to pay for a trainer?

I work 2 jobs 7 days a week, one is a serving job and one is at a doggie daycare. I walk, on average, 4 miles each shift and find myself lifting/carrying a good amount of weight fairly routinely. What is a good workout to compliment that activity? Should I add more cardio? Is there a routine I could do before or after work to aid weight loss (along with my daily exercise at work)?

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you don't need a trainer, you can do it all by yourself at home (often with no equipment) . Women's health magazine has some good ones http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/best-workout-for-women
http://www.oprah.com/health/The-No-Equipment-Workout-You-Can-Do-at-Home
http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/workout/abs/exercises/top-10-abs-exercises/

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i think you have done enough work out while on duty-i think that is more than sufficient

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It doesn't sound like you need any more workouts at all! Try some good stretching in the morning before you leave as you are quite active in your routine. Maybe some good yoga to de-stress in your off time...it's good for your mental health too! :)

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You don't need a trainer , traine yourself example : Do some running , at home put on a workout music and workout yourself !! Traine at least 3 times a day .

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walk 30 min everyother day.off day yoga & lite weights. more reps less weight. take one day do nothing. don't want to level out too fast.

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