Here's an Easy Way to Create a Weekly Workout Routine
“We become what we want to be by consistently being what we want to become each day” or even each week! With that being said, if you want to have a physically fit body, it is not enough to exercise for one day and then rest for the rest of the week, while that is better than doing nothing, it may not give you the results you desired. So to keep you motivated on working out each day, planning the exercises and organizing it per day can give a morale boost to continue.
There is some art but the first move is simple: compose a general schedule. What do you do every day, Monday to Sunday? Get a sheet of paper, write on the side the days of the week, and pick what you're going to do that day: exercise or relax.
To continue with, expect to work out five days a week and take two days' rest. It is more than enough for certain individuals to get decent outcomes. Bear in mind that any fitness day is not going to be a day of intensive workouts or wild mileage: certain days will include rigorous exercise; some will simply include relaxation practice or accessories.
Here’s a simple work way to schedule your workout routine:
To avoid getting bored over time, you can try a variety of workout activities such as aerobics, yoga, Zumba, or balance exercises. If you're going through the same exercises over and again, it can result in battering the same muscles, pounding the same joints, and finally fracturing, the repetitive stress overcoming your ability to recover.