A personal workout schedule you can stick with.

A workout schedule provides that consistency every workout routine desperately is in need of. If you are interested in your health and fitness, then you likely do some sort of gym workout, swimming workout, running workout, or home workout . Whatever it is that you enjoy doing, it is important to have a workout schedule. The reason for this, is that by putting your workout time into a schedule, you will be more likely to follow it, and less likely to miss a workout.

How often you work out will depend on your goals. If you want to enter a fitness or power lifting competition, then you will likely want to work out almost every day. If you just want to achieve a good level of health then you will probably choose to work out 3 days a week.

How to Design Your Own workout program

The first thing that you want to consider is what time of day do you want to work out. Look through your day-timer or daily schedule and see if there are certain times in the day that you are consistently less busy. For example if you rarely have meetings scheduled before 10am, then you may want to consider a morning workout. If your evenings are usually free then an evening workout may be for you. Decide on a time of day that you want to reserve for your workout time. It is easier to set up a workout schedule when you go at the same time each day.

Next, decide how often you want to work out. Based on your goals, do you want to work out 5 days a week? Or more? Or less? Many people find it easiest to work out Monday to Friday because their workweek has a consistent schedule that it is easier to add their workout in to.

Now go into your day-timer and physically write in your workout schedule as if it was an actual meeting or appointment. Because in fact it is, it's a very important appointment that you have to keep with yourself. If at all possible honor your workout time, it should be as important as any of your other meetings. And if you have to reschedule it, actually make sure that you put your workout into your calendar at another time to make up for the one missed. If you make your health your priority, you will see results quickly and feel great!

It may be easier for you to divide up your cardio and weight sessions as separate workouts, or if you have a longer block of time you can combine them into one session. Whatever works best for you and your schedule, do whatever it takes so that you have the time to enjoy your workouts and to stick with your personal workout schedule. Before you know it, your daily (or 3 times a week) workouts will be a habit, and you will not even think about skipping out of them. They will be an important part of your life because you will feel and look amazing!

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