Posted October 09, 2018 07:29:56 Whether you’re training for the upcoming season, your birthday, your anniversary or just to kick back and relax, a gym is a great way to spend time together.
We spoke with one of the founders of The Gym Boutique, a local gym in California, and shared his best advice on what you need to do to plan a perfect workout.1.
Make a gym plan The first step is to make a gym schedule.
The best way to plan an activity or workout is to find a gym with an activity you enjoy and have a schedule in mind.
This is the perfect way to build a bond.
You might have to take out a loan for a gym membership, but you won’t need to pay for any equipment or supplies.2.
Set a goal The first priority is to have a plan in place for your workout.
This might mean you’ll spend an hour a day, two days a week, or even 3-4 hours a day on a given workout.
That way, you can focus on the goal and not worry about the amount of time you’re spending.3.
Set goals The second priority is finding a workout that’s a little different than your normal routine.
If you do your usual workouts, you’ll get tired of your routine and need a break from it.
You can’t train the same way every day, so you need a new workout to fit your schedule.4.
Make adjustments Once you’ve set your goal and set an activity that fits your schedule, you’re ready to start the process of creating your workout plan.
Make sure you keep track of the progress of your workout throughout the day and make adjustments accordingly.5.
Set your gym schedule There’s nothing more stressful than finding the perfect gym for your training.
You have to be realistic and take your time, but it’s definitely worth it.
Find a gym that’s open until 7:30 p.m. and take the day off.
Then go back on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday after you’ve trained and set a schedule.
That gives you time to rest, eat and recharge.6.
Create your workout routine This is a fun exercise to keep track and keep track on.
You’ll notice a lot of different variations of the same routine.
Your routine will change depending on how tired you are and how many days you have left before your next workout.
The same routine should be used for both warm-ups and after-work periods.
Here’s an example of what it might look like: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10 sets of 6-8 reps (one-arm dumbbell curls, two-leg push-ups, sit-ups)Monday, Wednesday: 5 sets of 5-10 reps (two-arm push-up, two side lunges)Monday: 10 reps of 3-5 bodyweight exercises (e.g., chin ups, dips, dips-arm curls, pull-ups or curls)Tuesday: 5-15 sets of 3 repetitions (3-arm row, 2-leg pull-downs, sit ups)Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday: 5 repetitions of 4-5 repetitionsMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 15-20 sets of 1-2 repsMonday, Monday, Thursday and Friday: 10-15 repetitionsTuesday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 repetitionsWednesday: 10, 15 or 20 repetitionsThursday: 10 or 15 repetitionsFriday: 10 (or 15) repetitionsSaturday: 10 to 15 repetitorsMonday, Friday and Saturday: 20 to 30 repetitionsA little less is more, but try to stick to a range.
Here are some examples of a typical workout schedule:Monday: 4-6 sets of 10-12 reps (front squats, front pushups, side lunge, pull ups)Monday and Wednesday Monday and Wednesday 5 sets to 10 repsMonday and Friday and Wednesday 20 sets of 20 repsTuesday and Wednesday 10 sets to 5 repsTuesday, Thursday 5 sets and 10 repsWednesday and Thursday 5-5 sets of 25 repsMonday: 20-30 sets of 2-3 repsMonday or Tuesday: 10 exercises in a rowMonday, Thursday or Friday: 5 exercises in one movementTuesday: 20 sets in one exerciseWednesday: 5 exercise in another exerciseMonday: 3-6 exercises in three movementsMonday, Saturday or Sunday: 1-3 exercises in two movementsMonday: 2-4 exercises in four movementsTuesday: 1 exercise in one position (e for elbows, e for back, e in front, etc.)
Wednesday: 1 Exercise in another position (s for shoulders, s for elbows and s for wrists)Wednesday: 2 exercises in another (s, p, k for shoulder, s, p for chest, s in front)Monday or Wednesday: 1 move of each type in a different positionWednesday: 3 moves in the same positionWednesday