How To Set Up Your Workout Schedule

When you are setting up your workout schedule make sure that you are giving your body time to rest. I think that is probably the most important thing because it allows your body time to grow. Your work load matters too. If you’re doing 30-45 minute light workouts, you should probably workout 6 times a week. If you’re doing 1.5 hour intense workouts 4-5 times is enough. Just make sure you are balancing your workload. Now when it comes to structuring days, I think for athletes it’s important to try to get all upper half muscle groups and lower half muscle groups in separate days. So on day 1 do upper body then day 2 you can do lower body. On upper body days you can alternate what you feel you want to emphasize. If you want to emphasize chest, do more of that, then on some days I’d you want to emphasize power, doing Olympic lifts would be beneficial. The way I structure my plans that I make is by doing 2 upper half days and 2 lower half days with a conditioning day in between. That’s 5 days with 2 days rest. 

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