I can’t even count the number of times I’ve heard this phrase. It’s great to hear because when people exercise… they’ll feel better, look better and they’ll truly enjoy their life so much more.However, most people never follow through with their new ambition because there’s so much workout information available that its hard to figure out where to start. Pick up any fitness magazine and try to find a beginner workout, and you’re sure to be more confused than before you started.
Should I do cardio, should I do weight training, should I train like a bodybuilder, should I workout 3 days per week, should I go nuts and go 5 days per week? There’s a lot of variables in a workout, so we’re gonna keep it simple for you and start you off on the right plan today!
What’s the best way to start seeing results?
- To get the best results in a 4 week program, we’re going to focus on weight training in the 8-12 rep range and also on a basic, easy to follow diet. Since most people on a new plan get overwhelmed and quit because of too much to do, we won’t introduce the diet plan until the 2nd week of the workout so that you’re comfortable in your new workout plan.
- If you have never worked out before but want to get in shape, lose that stubborn body fat and change your life forever.
- If you were previously in shape, but have since fallen off the wagon and want to get back to your old self.
- If you have a busy life and don’t want to spend 2 hrs. in a gym everyday
- If you aren’t seeing results with your current workouts
If you’re a guy, this workout will…
- Burn lots of fat
- Build muscle in all of your large muscle group areas ( chest, arms, core, thighs, back, butt, calves)
- Boost your metabolism
- Set an excellent foundation for any type of workout program to follow
- Burn body fat through your whole body
- Increase your metabolism
- Give you a tight, toned look in your arms, stomach, thighs and butt.
- Part 1 : A 3 day per week workout which shows you step by step what you need to do at the gym
- Part 2: What to do after you’ve completed the beginner’s workout plan
- Part 3: A very simple and easy to use meal plan to incorporate once you’re comfortable in your workout routine (this will help you lose more fat and look better)
The Beginner’s Gym Workout PlanIf you haven’t worked out in a long time, or you’re just starting for the first time, your main goal for the first few weeks will be to learn the correct form for each exercise and to build a base of strength and stability. This will set a good foundation for your workout program.
For the first four weeks, we’ll be doing a warmup and two exercises each day. For many people who are used to doing a lot of isolation exercises (i.e. bicep curls, calf raises), you might think that two exercises is barely a workout. But the difference here is that we’re doing compound exercises that work the largest muscle groups, which means more definition in your muscles and a higher amount of fat is burned.