Are you still having problems trying to figure out a good type of workout schedule for yourself? Do you still question which times are okay and which times are bad for working out? I am telling you that you aren’t the first (and definitely not the last) individual to have difficulties with keeping a good workout schedule.
I’m going to show you a common workout schedule that almost everybody uses nowadays. People usually work out 3-4 days in a week, exercising mostly on a precise body part, or two, for each day and relaxing the next. This is what a normal workout schedule should look like:
This is commonly the day some people would train their chest and triceps. A common schedule could appear like this:
Warm up on treadmill or any cardio machine for about 15 minutes
Followed by lower ab workouts (at least 3-5 workouts)
Flat Bench Press (3 x 10-12)
Seated 1-arm Dumbbell Extensions (3 x 10 with both arms)
Incline Bench Press (3 x 10)
Lying Barbell Extensions (3 x 10-12)
Decline Bench Press (3 x 10)
Seated 2-arm Dumbbell Extensions (3 x 10)
Warm down on treadmill or any cardio machine for 15-20 minutes
People would probably let their chest and triceps muscles rest this day and focus on legs and shoulder workouts which would go like this:
Warm up on training bike or treadmill for 15 minutes
Followed by upper/middle ab workouts (at least 2-4 workouts)
Barbell Squats (3 x 10-12)
Dumbbell Shoulder Presses (3 x 10)
Barbell Lunges (3 x 20)
2-arm Side Deltoid Lateral Raises (3 x 10)
Warm Down on training bike or treadmill for 20 minutes
No working out today.
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Let’s face it: Most of us don’t get paid to go to the gym. We have a full-time job and have to figure out a way to fit training into our schedule. Traveling Without Missing Work Out
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My friends often ask me how to begin an exercise regimen or how to develop a training schedule. Don’t be intimidated by the phrase ‘training schedule’ which sounds so formal. Whether people realize it or not, almost everyone who exercises even a little has a training schedule. A busy working mother of two who walks twice a week with a small group of neighbors is carried out one training the Easy Exercises For Any Schedule
A quick and easy fitness routine to fit any schedule
Take in a lot of water and eat healthily.
Since the chest and triceps muscles have already been rested long enough, most people tend to work their back and biceps after their rest day.
Warm up on rowing machine or treadmill for 15 minutes
Followed by oblique workouts (at least 2-3 workouts)
Bent Over Rows (3 x 10-12)
Pull-Ups (Overhand Grip 3 x 10)
Barbell Curls (3 x 10)
Deadlifts (3 x 10)
Dumbbell Curls (3 x 10 for each arm)
Dumbbell Rows (3 x 12 for each arm)
Use the last weekday for some fat burning circuit training or high-intensity interval training and take a rest for both days during the weekend.
Try to take note that this is a normal workout schedule which most people use. You can follow these workouts either in the morning or the evening or whatever timing suits you best.