FITNESS FRIDAY – Weekly Workout Schedule…!!
As you design your fitness program, keep these points in mind:
Consider your fitness goals. …
Create a balanced routine. …
Start low and progress slowly. …
Build activity into your daily routine. …
Plan to include different activities. …
Try high-interval intensity training. …
Allow time for recovery. …
Put it on paper.
What is the best workout sequence?
So, if strength is your goal: Warm up, do your strength workout, then finish with longer cardio bouts if you want to bake cardio into the equation. However, if you’re training for a race or looking to build cardio endurance, start with cardio-just be careful when you get to the weights.
Below is the common workout split example:
Monday: Chest and triceps.
Tuesday: Back and biceps.
Wednesday: Legs and shoulders.
Friday: Chest and triceps.
Saturday: Back and biceps.
Sunday: Legs and shoulders.
There is no recommended upper limit on the amount of cardio exercise you should do on a daily or weekly basis. However, if you push yourself hard with every workout, then skipping a day or two each week to rest may help you avoid injury and burnout.
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