Todayâ€™s workout was shoulders/legs (a GREAT idea courtesy of @mandystafford from Twitter).Â Thatâ€™s one of the best parts of social media â€“ exchanging ideas with people all over the fitness industry.Â Mandy and I always compare our workouts â€“ and once she told me about this split, I knew I had to try it and I LOVE it. Not rocket science, but itâ€™s different than my last 4 week routine and my body loves it.
Iâ€™ll be lifting weights again Monday â€“ which will be chest/biceps and my third weight day is back/triceps.Â Combining body parts this way allows me to work each body part just a little bit harder â€“ and means Iâ€™m just a little bit sorer the next day (but we all know that I love feeling the results of my workouts!)
Quick tip â€“ make sure to change up your weight routines or workouts every four weeks. This will keep your muscles from getting too used to the exercises. It will also ensure that you are continuing to build muscle and burn fat, while you do your flat stomach workout and getting you closer to reaching your fitness goals.
So, enough chatter â€“ hereâ€™s todayâ€™s workout.
*The letters denote supersets. So, if two exercises have the same letters in the left hand column, this means that they were done immediately after each other with no rest, until after the second exercise has been completed.
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