There’s a brand new ZGYM workout program:
Getting in shape is now simpler than ever with this 6 week daily workout program. No dumbbells, no kettlebells, no jump ropes. It’s just you, your exercise mat and some of the most effective bodyweight exercises that will help strengthen your muscles, boost your metabolism and burn tons of calories. I have picked some of my best body weight routines and transformed these explosive workouts into a comprehensive fitness program, that will take your performance to the next level. The best thing about this program? Each workout is only 12-15 minutes long, which makes it super easy to stay consistent. Short daily training will bring you much closer to your goal than doing longer workouts 3 times a week. The last day of each week is going to focus on stretching and recovery to get your body and mind ready for the next 6 days of high intensity training.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN THIS PROGRAM
I strongly suggest you take a photo of yourself and measurements for tracking your progress. It’s hard to tell if you’re getting closer to your goal by just looking in the mirror every single day, but numbers don’t lie. I suggest you to avoid a scale that tells you only how much you weigh. As a matter of fact, those numbers can be quite deceiving. As you begin to get stronger and build lean muscles, you might gain weight while becoming tighter and slimmer. That’s because muscles are denser than fat. In order to see if you’re losing fat and getting thiner (or more muscular) you should use a tape measure. Check out my post on How To Use Tape Measure To Track Your Progress. You can use a Digital Body Analyzer Scale that can also measure your body fat percentage. You can measure yourself daily if you want – studies show that people who do daily measurements feel more accountable and therefor mores successful in sticking to a program. To see if your current diet supports or sabotages your training, you have to allow 2 weeks of staying consistent with your diet and training. If you don’t see any positive changes (not even small ones) after two weeks of consistent exercise, then you need to do some changes in terms of your diet and eating habits. Here’s a useful article on How to stick to a healthy diet. For more useful Nutrition Tips, read through my Nutrition Guide.