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Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Train The PJ Way: Wimpleton Wednesday
Hey Hey, It's Wimpleton Wednesday!
Wednesday means Leg Day!
We'll once again go heavy and low reps on the Squat, DL and LP. Little bit higher reps on the Leg Curls and Calf Raises this time.
IYBPB50#, Week 5, Day 2
Squats or Deadlifts: 3 x 5
Leg Press: 3 x 5
Leg Curls: 3 x 12
Calf Raises: 3 x 12
If you're afraid of CrossFit, then you might as well do the other program that people were doing well before that style became popular.
You can't go wrong with SortaFit, because on some level, you're at least getting a little bit more fit.
It's okay if you're a part of the 80% of people trying to be the 20% who are fit.
It's all a part of the journey.
Grab this sweet shirt today at PJ's Fitness Shop!
Today's Fitness Tip is answering the question: How many days should I lift per week?
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow is a good plan, but not really the answer you might be looking for.
2 to 3 total body workouts per week is a solid plan.
Some like to split up lifting plans into upper body and lower body, and alternate them for 2 to 3 cycles (4 to 6 days).
An example might be: Upper Monday, Lower Tuesday, Rest Wednesday, Upper Thursday, Lower Friday, Rest over the weekend.
Or, Total Body on Mon, Wed, Fri, or Tues/Thurs/Sat, some like Sun/Tues/Thurs with breaks on Fri/Sat due to weekend activities.
There is no perfect answer, but the perfect answer is what works the best with your schedule and helps you keep up with training consistently.
You can find a consistent plan with some Kindle guides at http://tinyurl.com/rkofp
Keep training hard!
Train The PJ Way
Coach Rick Karboviak