This is the Year! This is the year you're going to stick to your New Year’s Resolution and you're going to lose weight. You've tried to lose weight in the past but fell off the path. Well not this time! This year you're going to stick to your New Year’s Resolution of losing weight because you've found us! You've found the GYMCADDY Team! We are going to help you lose weight and after you’ve met that first goal we’re going to help you reach all of your other fitness goals. Checkout our Weight Loss Workout Plan below!
If your New Year’s Resolution is to lose weight its safe to assume you’re new to the gym. Its also safe to assume you don't workout much to begin with. Well don't worry, were going to start you off with our Beginner’s Workout Routine. The workout posted below is designed to get you started, get your heart rate going, increases your balance and practices fundamental movements you should master. The goal here is to increase your fitness level, practice good form to protect you from injury down the road, increase your balance, and correct muscle imbalances. Once you've mastered the circuit below you will be ready to do more complex exercises properly and safely.
The workout routine posted below is reminiscent to other workouts we give our personal new clients who have never exercised before. This routine below is a circuit, which means each exercises should be done one after another with no rest in between (unless instructed to). Once you complete one cycle then you are allowed to rest for a specific amount of time. The workout will be complete after you've done 5 cycles. This routine is intended for able bodied people who can jump, and squat without any pain. (If you're experiencing any pain, we recommend you speak with a reputable trainer or physical therapist in person)
Equipment Needed - Jump Rope, A Raised Platform, TRX Machine / Smith Machine
Warm Up And Stretch
And there you have it, thats the GYMCADDY’s Team recommended workout for beginners. It may look simple, but theres a lot going on. We are working on your cardio by jumping rope, and doing step ups. We are working on your strength, coordination and proper form by doing push ups, and TRX rows. We’re developing your balance by doing Lunges, and were promoting good posture through the Cobra exercise. If you do this circuit the prescribed 5 times, you will end up with a full body workout and drenched in sweat. We recommend you do this circuit 3 - 4 times a week until this routine becomes super easy for you. Once you can do the routine easily we would like you to double all of the repetitions and continue doing the same circuit 3-4 times a week until its easy again. Once you've reached you first goal you'll be ready to start doing more advanced exercises properly and safely. Also, it be very beneficial to supplement this circuit with a little cardio. You can read about our number one cardio exercise HERE.