I recently shared the details of my morning routine with you. In that blog post, I mentioned that I workout for about three hours. That’s a long training session, I know. However, I’m here to break down my current workout routine for you.
My Current Workout Routine
There are a few gyms that I rotate between when I go to workout. However, there is one gym that I frequent the most. That gym is about 10 minutes from my house. Give or take a few minutes, if I catch a red light or two. I’m going to round that time frame up to 15 minutes. So it takes me 15 minutes to get to the gym and 15 minutes to get back home. That right there accounts for 30 minutes of my workout time. Just the commute alone.
When I workout I like to do five exercise per muscle group. For example, if I am going to train back and biceps. Then I would do five exercises for back, each ranging from 4-5 sets of lets say 8-12 reps. I am also going to do the same for my biceps. Lets say that it takes me five minutes to do each of the five exercise. Thats 25 minutes for back and 25 minutes for biceps. That doesn’t account for my rest time in between sets. I rest anywhere from 30 seconds up to a minute in between my sets.
Also, if I am using a bench and or machine. I like to wipe it down before I use it and when I’m done. With the amount of traffic that gyms get, you don’t want to contract an infection from whoever used the machine prior and failed to wipe it down.
It takes me roughly 45 minutes to train a muscle group. Again, if I am training back and biceps. Thats 1 hour & 30 minutes of my workout time that is dedicated to weight training.
I like to train abs, after I am done weight training. I usually do 2-3 exercises, that take me anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
After I train abs, I do 30 minutes of cardio. Most people like to split up their weight training and cardio sessions. Where they do their weight training in the morning and cardio at night, or vice versa. I don’t have the luxury of doing that because I do train clients throughout the day. With that said, I like to get all my training done at once.
That is how my three hour workout routine is broken down. I filmed my workout routine on my YouTube channel to compliment this blog post. You can watch it below.
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