Of course, this argument is only of ideal nature, so it is not possible to adhere to it in a perfect sense.
Its major weakness is, as we have seen, the impossibility to prove the warrants (or our preliminary assumptions), for the reason that this would lead to endless regress (such a vicious circle which is repeated without end).
Three common areas of studies are aerobic exercise, muscle strengthening and bone strengthening exercises. If your aim is physical fitness and overall health and wellness, then yes.
They all show that daily physical activity provides benefits such as weight loss or management, improvement in mood, cardiorespiratory and muscle fitness, and body composition as well as a reduction in risk for health conditions such as depression, heart disease, diabetes and more. Look at your family or friends who exercise regularly, how is their weight, fitness level, body composition and overall health? They will be more than happy to tell you about the benefits theyve discovered and the changes in their body since they started exercising. The recommendation is to exercise for a total of 150 minutes each week so what if a person exercises only on weekends but still totals the 150 minutes? But if you have goals on losing weight or gaining muscle and endurance, this will take a significantly longer time if not done daily or more regularly.
Study after study has shown where exercise via aerobics, strength training and muscle conditioning has positive outcomes on health.
These studies have been so extensive that they have delved deep into the types of exercise and how much is needed for the various health benefits.
As highly interested in the contemporary Philosophy of science, Toulmin offers a special method ("Toulmin Method") for checking the logical reasoning of a given person.
Since most people use arguments which are not relevant to their thesis, or misinterpret the data they have at hand, Toulmin presupposes several points needed for checking reasoning in such cases.
Toulmin claim may also be called a thesis/hypothesis.
This is an assertion which you have to defend by referring to data and some presumptions (or warrants).