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Example of a Balanced Weekly Workout Schedule | Shape


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Try this upper-body dumbbell workout, or incorporate HIIT into your upper body training with this at-home bodyweight workout.Just remember to change up your strength routine every three to four weeks to keep seeing results, suggests Holly Rilinger, celebrity trainer and Founder of LIFTED.(Check out this 4-Week Strength-Training Plan.)Since the general rule of thumb when it comes to lifting is to allow 48 hours of recovery time between working the same muscle group (when you train, you develop microscopic tears in the muscles that produce inflammation, and your body needs this in-between time to repair the tears), focus on lower body strength on 'day two' to give your upper body muscles a rest. "Think plank and plank variations as well as exercises like the Paloff press," he says.Yes, HIIT workouts tend to get all of the attention these days (HIIT has a ton of benefits), but steady-state cardio is still important for your health, so make sure it's a part of your workout schedule on a weekly basis.

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