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Sometimes when life hits yah and you don’t have the time you want to play in the gym.. or if your gym is just full packed.. THEN I got you covered with this DUMBBELL WORKOUT!!
1️⃣ Stiff deadlift into DB squats 3set x 15reps
2️⃣ BB stance hip thrusts 3set 15reps /leg
3️⃣ Reversed lunges into squats 3set x 15reps
4️⃣ Glute bridges 3set x 20reps
Questions Answered by Personal Trainer Liz: How should I organize my strength training days in a week?
Liz gets this question from clients a lot. And there is no right answer because everyone is different. However, here are some basic ways you can split up your body so that you are getting enough recovery time for each muscle group in the week. ✅If you’re strength training 1-2 times per week (maybe even 3 in some cases) it is OK to do full body workouts each of these days. Just aim to leave a day in between each strength training workout to give your body time to recover. ✅If you are strength training 3-5+ times per week, you need to split the body up into different sections so the muscles get the appropriate rest. This said rest is important so that your muscles have time to recover and rebuild. ✅You can have a leg day, chest/back/ab day, bicep/tricep/shoulder day, anterior (front) body day, posterior (back body) day and throw in some full body days as well.
This video is a sample of an anterior (front) body workout. The muscles Liz is aiming for here are: quads, core, biceps and chest. The opposite to this day would be posterior strength day comprised of: back, hamstrings, calves, and glutes.
Comment below with any questions!