Strength Training Plan

Summary: 3 Days a Week
30-days of balanced weight training.

Description: This is a balanced plan, focusing mostly on standard weight training movements, but also combining some cardio training each week. This plan consists of 2 days of focused weight training along 1 day of cardio and abs.

Workout Details

A balanced plan focused on strength training exercises.


This 30-day plan is designed to give you a well-balanced strength training workout. The plan is constructed of 3 workouts which combined will give you a full-body workout and also help improve your cardiovascular shape.

This plan is a good choice if you're looking for a new, balanced workout routine at the gym.

Access to gym equipment will be necessary to fully complete this plan. Begin each workout with a 10-15 minute warmup routine that incorporates stretching and walking/jogging.

Sample Workout from this Training Plan

Chest and Triceps

Your first workout each week will focus primarily on your chest and tricep muscles. The recommended sets and reps given are merely a suggestion. You should adjust the reps and weights to a level you feel comfortable with, and take special caution ...

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Push-Ups

Position yourself so that your hands are directly below your shoulders and toes are on the ground. ...

Suggested Routine:
Set 1: 15 reps
Set 2: 15 reps

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Bench Press - Barbell, Flat

Lie on a flat bench and firmly position your feet flat on the floor a little more than shoulder widt...

Suggested Routine:
Set 1: 10 reps
Set 2: 10 reps
Set 3: 10 reps

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Boonie6 Boonie6

posted Tuesday, February 23, 2010

I am unable to post my routine workout. What I usually do is swim three days a week. At least 72 laps each session: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. On Monday and Wednesday, I use bar bells (Friday if I miss one of the days). This routine consists of pumping two 15 lb weights, I do 5 different routines here, 15 reps each X 3.

I don’t find this among the workout training options. How can you customize your workout?

jleedw jleedw

posted Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Super Walker

Well, it missed one of my workouts and won’t let me get to it. Site WAS impressive until you try and use it.

Babant Babant

posted Friday, March 5, 2010

I have the same problem. I can’t get to view yesterdays workout in detail. :-(

dribron dribron

posted Sunday, March 7, 2010

I Lost 10 Lbs!

Well you can create your own workout, but I do not see how you can build a tranning plan such as this one. That would be a nice option.

apaternite apaternite

posted Friday, April 2, 2010

If you miss a workout, you can’t go to it on a different day. When are they going to fix this?

Pititore Pititore

posted Monday, April 19, 2010

HI , CAN I CHANGE DE DAYS OF TRAINING? SCHEDULE AGAINS?ยก I WAS SICK AND I COULDN T DO THE EXERCISES LAST WEEK

keithrodgers1972 keithrodgers...

posted Thursday, April 22, 2010

I Did 1,000 Pushups! I Lost 10 Lbs!

You can go to the previous days workout and post if you missed it. The other option is to not miss a workout.

PolynesianRoots PolynesianRoots

posted Saturday, April 24, 2010

I Burned 25K Calories! 70's Big Champion I Burned 5,000 Calories! I Lost 10 Lbs!

i have no problem editing past due workout days. I missed one day and then the next day went back and put in my info. Idk why people are having a huge issue about this. Its right there when you click on past missed workouts………

Sheerluck Sheerluck

posted Sunday, May 2, 2010

I Lost 10 Lbs! I Did 1,000 Pushups! I Burned 5,000 Calories!

i’m trying to get ‘ahead’ on my workouts….i started the plan today however the plan said it would start 3 days from now…is there any way to adjust the start date of the plan to reflect the day i did workout number one
?

travellingkid travellingkid

posted Wednesday, May 5, 2010

why can i only view the first two workouts in the program? I want to view all three types to get ready for my week!
Help please!

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