So if you are reading this post, it means that you are looking for a workout plan. There are many workout plans out there and I would suggest stick to the ones I will be mentioning in this post.
There is quote that says, “if you are not planning, you are planning to fail” I can’t remember the exact words however I hope you get the meaning.
We all have different schedules so we need workout plan that fits our routine and schedule.
There are many books that show only have one workout plan.
But this is not practical because everyone has different needs.
So what are the best workout plans for working people?
If you have been reading my blog, you have must have realized that I am big fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger. I became his fan after reading his Autobiography and if you have not read that book, I would encourage you to read it because it is an inspirational book and inspired many people.
Even If you are not a bodybuilder, you will get inspiration on how a person who started with nothing became such a successful person.
Okay, meanwhile I will get back to what I was talking about.
When I started my workout i was not doing a job and I was a teenager who just used to eat, sleep and rest for at least 8 hours a day. Those were the days when I was in College and it was easy to gain half inch of bicep muscle every month. Yes, I was obsessed back then. I used to measure my biceps everyday. lol
After I read the biography of Arnold Schwarzenegger and also his encyclopaedia, I started experimenting with different exercises and made some workout routines of my own.
I also read a lot about Ronnie coleman’s workouts and I started doing it.
I used to work one body part two times in a week and my routine it was like the following:
1) Monday – Chest, triceps, Shoulders
2) Tuesday – Back, biceps
3) Wednesday – Legs and calves
Then Thursday the whole routine will repeat again till Saturday. This routine rally helped me and one point of time my biceps were 18 inches.
When the years passed, I found out that it is difficult o follow this routine because I started doing jobs.
Initially it was difficult to work out because I used to feel tired after coming back from work. The place where I stay did not have a gym that is open after 9 pm. The worst part was that I was doing night shifts.
So I decided to make a workout plan that is right for people are busy and like to work out.
I have recently put on some weight and I have decided to follow this routine. If anyone reading this wants to follow this, you can do it.
I will keep you updated about this routine and my progress. My aim is to lose around 44 pounds or 20 kilos.
This will happen in another 4 months because it’s good to lose only 5 kgs in a month. That has been my experience and I think it is the healthy way to lose weight.
So this is the routine that I am going to follow:
1) Monday – Rest
2) Tuesday – Cardio
3) Wednesday – Cardio
4) Thursday – Biceps and shoulders
5) Friday – Rest
6) Saturday morning – Cardio and Saturday evening – Chest, Triceps
7) Sunday morning – Cardio and Sunday evening – Back, Hamstrings and Squats
The weekend is the time i will have to really get out of my comfort zone and stretch little bit. That is the time when most of the people like to relax. That is the time when people like to go to parties and do binge drinking. But if people focus on this workout for 4 months, they will see some consistent results.
This post is getting long so I will explain what exercise i am going to do in these workouts in another post.
For the time being you can start with cardio and you can do some jogging for 15 minutes. It will be difficult in the start however you have to build your endurance.
Whenever a person wants to lose weight, cardio is the best friend of that person.
Trust me, I have done cardio in the past to lose weight and results were awesome.
So go grab your sneakers and go for a run.