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Do you even lift? We bet you do! There is a lot of debate as to how many days per week you should work out.

Well, let’s settle this debate with some real world data. Tell us how often you hit the gym each week. Also, don’t forget to hit the comments section and detail your current workout and cardio split.

They found that at least 73 percent of Americans report working out one or more times per week. Twenty-nine percent spend between 30 minutes and an hour working out, whereas 18 percent spend between one and two hours a day exercising. That said, 27 percent admitted they don’t exercise regularly and 144 respondents said they never work out.

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Make CorrectionsOne your homepage. Open the tools menu in your browser. Normally training 6/8 days sometimes more, sometimes less depending on soreness and energy levels. If I’m feeling good, a schedule rest is axed for eg, but if I feel crap I take a day off.

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Are you always able to stop drinking when you. 30-60min in the AM and 30-60min in the evening most days. So 7 days a week but most of them are two a days.

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Aside from diet, I’m very active, working out about five days a week.

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from Reshaping it All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness
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Weekdays I did double sessions, with the facility and the gym.

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On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays I go straight to the gym after class, and I go running Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, taking Sunday off.

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I do six shows a day, six days a week.

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I worked out two to three times a day, six days a week.

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6 Can I alter the routine schedule?

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At the same time, there are only 4 workouts scheduled per week, leaving 3 complete rest days.

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For my physical wellness, I work out at the gym at least three times a week, sometimes five times.

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day, and I go to the gym three days a week.

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I work out four times a week.

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  • Hey coach, How to build up your cofindience when you are playing around coaches/in games also how to feel more comfortable using your handles in games.

  • if your unemployed and you have good physical condition with minor injuries when you train, and your experienced,you can even work out, 2 times a day,6 times a week and be okay, but you will need a lot of rest in between exercises.

  • Good day, will you please discuss a fitness routine for naturally skinny/slim individuals? Primarily for those of us who simply want to stretch and tone our bodies. Also, will you please discuss the reasoning behind skinny/slim individuals that gain a bloated stomach/back fat, yet are slim everywhere else? Kind Regards

  • Hey guys quick question, Have any of you guys worked with Australian CCT’s and are they directly comparable to USAF CCT as there isn’t muck info on them in Australia. Thank you and also love the vids keep up the good work��

  • Hey coach im struggling with shooting the ball from the three point line because i dont have enough power im 14 years old how do i fix that? By the way im really interested in buying your basketball program very soon!

  • I struggle to train three days a week. There are weeks when I only do two days because of the fatigue gathered at work.
    I wish you all a good day.

  • the #1 driving force behind muscle growth is intensity, not volume…i can curl a gallon of milk for a thousand reps and 400 sets and won’t get any growth…but i can do 1 set to failure for 15 reps and stimulate maximum muscle growth….many people should read about how dorian yates trained. people still think volume is what gets you big…when it’s not…it has it’s place…but the driving force is intensity…how hard you push yourself. taking a set to failure. now sure, if you stop well short of failure and don’t train very hard, you will need to do alot more sets and train more often, to make up for the lack of intensity.

  • Hey! I just would like to ask a question, on what category does a inconsistent lifter or someone who goes to the gym went sedentary for 3 months and then goes back belongs to? does it fall to beginner level or an experienced one? I’ve been going to the gym since I was 16 and I was real skinny. Right now there’s muscle underneath my body fat though I really never got to fully commit because of studies now I’m 20 and would like to indulge more into investing more to my body to be healthy.

  • I do 1 hr of yoga a day as it’s fairly light as workouts go but stretches most of the muscles then do hiit on a bro spilt for 20mins. Sometimes i do hip openers for 30mins after because that’s just sitting on the floor stretching essentially.

  • coach i have a tea mate who always. complains and forces shot and dribbles he never listen when we confront him about it he covers his ears how can i deal with this type of player (he the kind of player that complains about never getting the ball but never passes on offence.

  • Coach Im A Freshman Playing on A JV Basketball team I Play Sg & Sf But The JV Sf I guard Are Harder to defend in the Post anyone got any Tips?

  • I’m not A Subbie..But I do Have A Question? It seems like i Can’t jump rope! Yeah..A Bodybuilder for years now, and when i Try i Get 6 Done..with a Stiff nick as A Result…Plz Say something because u’all say leave a Comment; But u never reply..excuse my English..i am Dutch Speaking..And Personaly i Think all u Said is Right.. Its the Quality> Quantity..

  • Have to agree with other commenters. There are alot of individual variances. In reference to Jeremy’s research I think it’s smth to consider within our own routine and regimen. For me as an ‘older’ lifter rest is key. I’ve seen more results from rest than increasing frequency in the weight room.

  • First: I would like to THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking the time to teach about us about becoming healthier.
    Second: is there a pedometer you would recommend? Thanks again and God Bless you.

  • I have been in dance since I was little. I love doing high intensity dance workouts. It makes workout out not seem like work to me. It is still hard but at least it is somewhat fun.

  • I am wondering how it is for people who just came back from a longer Training-pause. I would have called myself advanced about 2 years ago and now I started again after 2 years pause. After 4 Weeks of Fullbody Workout, I now started to follow my regular Upper/Lower Split (4x/w). Is this too early or should I keep following my advanced plan, since I am already familiar with the routines I do?

  • So question, as a beginner should I not go to the gym 5-6 times per week? I used to play 3 sports in high school, and in college I’ve decided to go back to the gym after a year or two break. Should I start slow then build on that, or start and stay and a high amount of workout days? Do I count as more “experienced” since I worked out a lot in my high school years? Or am I a beginner since I’ve taken a long break and haven’t lifted much in my past? Thanks:)

  • All my energy was consumed to constant listen to a non pause mauling. Please put in some micro pauses when talking or I will not be able to recieve and process all your good ideas and knowledge.
    Press pause whenever I want one might say, that will work as swif9 channel during commercial, no coming back ever…

  • Hello Dr. Phoenix I just found your channel and omg I love your videos!!! I’m close to the menopause years and decided that now is the time that I really need to get in shape. I would love a video for the older ladies! How to keep the weight off after 45 ��

  • Monday: Leg day
    Tuesday: Chest Day
    Wednesday: Arms day (biceps and tricep)
    Thursday: Back day
    Friday: Shoulders day
    Saturday: Ab workouts
    Sunday: Rest

  • Monday
    Chest,Back, Shoulder,Legs, Biceps Triceps

    Tuesday Rest

    Wednesday
    Legs,Tricep, Biceps, chest, back shoulder

    Thursday Rest

    Friday
    Shoulder,back,chest,legs,tricep,bicep

    Saturday Rest

    Sunday
    Abs exercises and 1Hour Powerfull Cardio

  • King Anthony, I have a question. Why is 16 your preferred “magic number” in reps? I ask because I have been working out for a couple of years now (just came across your channel yesterday/LOVE IT!!/gonna implement some of your methods in my workouts from now on) and I’m so used to the pyramid of 3 sets of 12 reps/10 reps/8 reps, etc.
    But I noticed you always say 16 reps. I was just curious as to why. Also, would the reps always be 16 or do you ever suggest different rep numbers?
    Thanks so much Anthony! And again, I LOVE your vids!! I’m excited to start incorporating your methods.

  • If you are a pussy (which most of you are), training multiple times a week is best. If you are a warrior, who can actually push yourself hard as fuck and digg, training once a week works great.

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  • I am mother with 2 kids. 28 years old. Is it ok if I go 3-4 times a week? I stay around one hour every time. Half an our is cardio and half an hour is weights. I am 58 kg and my height is 1,72.

  • Charlie needs to go to 4, then 5, then 6. Or reduce load each workout and build it up to what he was doing on each of those initial 3 days

  • I workout 4 to 6 days a week at home. I use HIIT, aerobics, strength/weight training and some mixed cardio workouts. Typically no more than a hr. If I have extra time, I take at least a 3 mile walk.