Haven't managed to increase your strength for weeks and feel like you aren't making any progress? Stagnation, boredom and frustration are poor training companions and absolutely avoidable. A structured workout plan adapted to your individual goal is essential for success in training.
Our workout plan overview allows you to choose from different training objectives, with workout plans for both beginners and the more advanced among you. We have the right plan for your specific physical target – be it building muscle mass, reducing body fat or gaining mass.
These are the advantages of a workout plan:
Individual adaptation to the physical goal (muscle building/weight loss)
Exercise selection, number of sets, number of reps and rest periods are all clearly stated
Logging of exercise weights and progress
What makes a good workout plan?
A professional workout takes into account all the workout variables relevant to controlling the training objective. The volume, intensity, and exercise selection for a muscle building workout plan are fundamentally different to those for a weight loss workout plan.
A good workout plan should also distinguish between beginners and athletes at an advanced level. Training load and training intensity, for example, will differ greatly for the two groups.
To what extent equipment is necessary for training and whether or not the exercises can be done at home, must also be taken into consideration when designing a workout plan. Not everyone has the time or money to go to the gym and some people simply prefer an element of flexibility and don't want to be tied down to one place for their workouts. Location and exercise implementation should therefore be central components of a workout plan.
What types of workout plan are there?
First of all, you have to ask yourself what you hope to get out of the workout plan and whether you want to train at home or at the gym. Workout plans also differ depending on fitness level (beginner or advanced), the desired weekly training frequency and the time available for training.
Full-body workout plans (focus on basic exercises)
Split workout plans (focus on push, pull, legs, individual body parts)
Rehabilitation workout plans (focus on mobility and regeneration after injury)
Endurance workout plans (focus on basic endurance or interval training)
Home workout plans
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