MACROS Fitness Ambassador and strength and conditioning coach at Acero Fitness Ben Putland tells WHO it's all down to the individual and what they're looking to achieve.
"The type of workouts and frequency are all based on whether you are seeking to lose weight, build muscle, focus on strength, or increase endurance," he says.
"For weight loss you want to invest in HIIT and cardio more so than weights, for muscle building this would be the other way round."
"If there’s something you particularly enjoy (Pilates, boxing, sprints, whatever your obsession), make sure it’s a part of your week. I do encourage balance and mixing things up from time to time so you don’t get bored and stimulate different muscle groups."
Ben, who has trained celebrities including Nathaniel Buzolic and Laura Dundovic and has also trained alongside Rebel Wilson's PT Jono Castano, says that everyone's fitness journey is different, and that they key word is 'journey.'
"I always want to make sure my clients remember that results don’t show after a day or a week, as long as you stay consistent and have fun with it, you can and will achieve your goals," Ben says.
The celebrity personal trainer also says that when it comes to food, you don't have to always slave away in the kitchen to prepare healthy meals.
"I also recommend to my clients who are always on-the-go travelling for work or time poor that they utilise a meal delivery service that suits their goals. Companies like MACROS deliver fresh, portioned meals direct to wherever you are, and can cater to an array of dietary needs."
Meal kits and ready-made meals took off during the pandemic, Nutritionist and Food Service Dietician James Halim previously told WHO.
"Banana bread, stress baking, and comfort food dominated 2020. We were forced to cook more than ever before, following the meteoric rise of sourdough bread and gourmet meal kits," he said of last year.
However, expect 2021's top food trends to include fancy charcuterie boards, plant-based protein and fermented veggies.