I recently shared the details of my Morning Routine with you. In that blog post, I mentioned that I end my morning routine by going to the gym. With that said, I wanted to break down my current workout routine for you.
My Current Workout Routine
I workout seven days a week. Now, at first that sounds excessive. I know, but hear me out. As you know I am a Personal Trainer. Prior to the pandemic, I was very active meeting with clients in person. However, due to the pandemic. I transitioned a lot of my business online, conducting personal training sessions virtually. With that said, I have a more sedentary lifestyle now. In order to offset having a sedentary lifestyle. I decided to extend my workout routine. From working out five days a week to sevens days a week. Isolating each muscle group.
When I weight train, I like to do five exercises per muscle group. I will do 4-5 sets of 8-12 reps. I will also rest anywhere from 30 seconds up to a minute in between my sets. Let me break down which muscle groups I train, and on what days of the week I train them.
Wednesday: Legs (hamstrings)
Friday: Legs (glutes)
Saturday: Chest and Triceps
Sunday: Legs (quads)
As far as cardio, I incorporate jumping rope, walking, and running into my workout routine. I like to warm up by jumping rope anywhere from two to five minutes before every workout. I’ll alternate between using a Regular Jump Rope and a Weighted Jump Rope. I workout from home using my garage gym and the gym in my community. The inside loop of my community is a mile long. I will sometimes walk or run the inside loop of my community for added cardio.
For my ab routine, I like to train abs on the days that I workout my upper body. So I train abs when I workout my back, biceps, shoulders, chest and triceps. I don’t train abs when I workout my lower body. Because I engage my core with every lower body exercise that I do. So I only train my abs on the days that I workout my upper body. Since I train abs pretty frequently, I only do two to three exercises when I do train my abs.
Watch On YouTube
That is my current workout routine. I filmed my workout routine on my YouTube channel to compliment this blog post. You can watch it below.
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