Everyone has to start somewhere, so the next six weeks will depend upon your current fitness level. If you consider yourself sedentary, opting to use the elevator instead of the stairs, and never do any physical fitness, you are at the beginner level.
Someone in the intermediate category may take stairs from time to time, isn't a complete stranger to a treadmill and can keep up playing with the kids in the yard.
An advanced athlete is someone who adheres to an exercise plan and has chosen exercise as a way of life. Advanced exercisers pose a little more of a challenge because they've "done it all," so toning and strengthening takes a little more creativity.
A six-week fitness plan consists of working out at least five to six times per week for an average of 45-60 minutes per day.