Training plan for your workouts


If you want to get in shape, it’s important to have a plan. This is true for both weightlifting and cardio workouts. For example, you might want to alternate between cardio and weight training during each session. Or maybe you’re feeling ambitious and would like to do two full-body workouts in one day! Whatever your goals are, a good workout plan will help keep you focused and on track.

Choose a plan

  • Choose a plan that fits your fitness level.
  • Choose a plan that fits your schedule.
  • Choose a plan that you will enjoy.
  • Choose a plan that is appropriate for your goals. If you want to run the Boston Marathon, don’t start out with an interval training program; it’s too much for you at this point!
  • Select one that’s appropriate for your body type as well–if you’re overweight, don’t choose an intense cardio workout until after losing some weight first; otherwise, it could cause injury or strain on joints and muscles which could lead to pain later on down the road when trying something more intense like high-impact exercises such as jogging fast (or even walking).

Do a warm-up

  • Do a warm-up.
  • Warm up for 5-10 minutes before cardio and weight training sessions.
  • Warm up before races and competitions, as well.

Alternate between cardio and weight training

The first thing to do is alternate between cardio and weight training. While cardio is important for burning fat, weight training builds muscle and helps you maintain a healthy weight. So, you should do your cardio first, then move on to weight training.

Here are some examples of exercises that can be done at home or in a gym:

  • Cardio: running outside for 30 minutes (if you don’t like running try using an elliptical machine)
  • Weight Training: squats with weights or pushups

Follow the plan, but be flexible

The point of a workout plan is to help you achieve your goals by providing a structure for your workouts. However, it’s important to note that the plan itself is not set in stone–you can make changes as needed!

You may find yourself needing more rest days than recommended, or want to add extra cardio days when you’re feeling motivated. If so, go ahead and change it up! The key here is being flexible enough so that even though your body might need something different than what was originally planned out for you (and thus deviate from the original schedule), then go ahead and make those adjustments accordingly!

Your workout should be fun.

You should be having fun while you work out. If exercise is painful, boring or a chore, then it’s not going to get done. If you dread doing something, then chances are good that you won’t do it very often–or at all.

It’s important for your workouts to be enjoyable because if they don’t feel like fun and reward the first time around (like when we were kids), then chances are good that you won’t want to repeat that experience again in the future. And if there isn’t any kind of reward system at play here with our muscles being stretched out or our heart rate getting elevated–and yet still feeling like we’re accomplishing something positive through these activities–then why would anyone stick around long enough before giving up entirely?


We hope these tips help you get started with your own workout plan. Remember, it doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming! Just find something that works for you and stick with it–you’ll see results in no time.

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