Weekly Exercise Plan 08/09/2014

What are your exercise plans and goals this coming week? What do you want to achieve this week with your exercise and workouts? Have you planned your training days and prepared your meals?

Another week of opportunity is here. Opportunity to achieve a Personal Best, to try a new sport, to give a new exercise a go etc. Grasp it and seize every opportunity. Don't stand still. Look to continually improve and raise your fitness targets.

Start the week off in active style and enjoy. Set the standard. Train with a smile and be excited and look forward to your workouts. Be proactive and aim to plan your other weekly commitments e.g. work, shopping etc around your training, rather than being reactive and trying to plan your training around your weekly commitments.

Take some time to plan your health and fitness goals and targets for the week. Write them down, make the commitment to achieve them and constantly review them. Knowing what you want to achieve is the first step you need to take in order to achieve your health and fitness goals.

The following is an approximate outline/summary of my exercise and workout plan for the week ahead both personally and with my Personal Training clients (this could change e.g. a cancellation from a Personal Training client):

Monday
Circuits (Lunges, Press Ups, Squats, Boxing, Pull Ups) 2-3 hours
Cycling 60-90 minutes (approx)
Walking 30-60 minutes (approx)
Stretching

Tuesday
Circuits (Lunges, Press Ups, Squats, Boxing, Pull Ups) 2-3 hours
Cycling 60-90 minutes (approx)
Running 30-60 minutes (approx)
Stretching

Wednesday
Cycling 90-120 minutes (approx)
Circuits (Lunges, Press Ups, Squats, Boxing, Pull Ups) 3-4 hours
Walking 1 hour
Stretching

Thursday
Cycling 60-90 minutes (approx)
Running 30-60 minutes (approx)
Circuits (Lunges, Press Ups, Squats, Boxing, Pull Ups) 3-4 hours
Stretching

Friday
Cycling 60-90 minutes (approx)
Circuits (Lunges, Press Ups, Squats, Boxing, Pull Ups) 1-2 hours
Stretching

Saturday
Fit Club
Circuits (Pull Ups, Planks, Lunges, Press Ups, Squats, etc) 2-3 hours
Cycling 60 minutes
Walking 30 minutes
Stretching

Sunday
Cycling 2 hours
Stretching

For me I have more active and intense days than others. My Personal Training clients all work at different levels of intensity and this is reflected in the training I do with them. I pride myself on getting active and training with my clients and thus setting exercise examples to others.

Live life in the active lane and exercise with an inspiring smile.

Have a great week,

Matt

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