Weekly Workout Schedule – The Week of January 8th

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About the workout schedule

One of my workouts a day is good enough to improve your health and fitness, and get real visible results. If you’re super motivated to get super fast results, you can do the second suggested workout in this schedule, but caution should be taken to ensure that you’re not regressing by draining your energy too much.

I’m posting new workouts at midnight (PST -8) Los Angeles time zone, before the day starts. You can find this workout schedule on the right side of each page with links to the new workouts included.

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You can also check out my latest weekly Food Journal where I share what I eat on a daily basis. I suggest you do your Friday high intensity training early in the day and the 5 minute bonus workout at the evening so that you can go out and enjoy your carbs.

IF YOU NEED A BOOST OF ENERGY AND METABOLISM FOR YOUR WORKOUT, GET MY PRE-WORKOUT PROTEIN BLEND WITH FAT BURNER.

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Monday – Upper Body Inferno #1 (Beat Your Personal Best)

Your second workout can be Body Crush #33

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Tuesday –  12 Minute Body #18 (New in ZGYM)

Your second workout can be 15 Minute Fat Burn #7

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Wednesday – Stretch & Tone Workout #31  (new in ZGYM)

Your second workout can be Beginner Strength #10

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Thursday  – Cardio Shred #37X  (New in ZGYM)

Your second workout can be JRC #14

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Friday –  15 Minute Fit Slide #13 (Beat Your Personal Best)

+ bonus 5 Minute Workout #108 (New in Fitness)

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Saturday – Low Impact Lower Body #1 (Beat your personal best)

Your second workout can be Beginner Kettlebell Workout #6

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Sunday – Stretch & Tone #26 (Stretch your body – ZGYM)

Your second workout can be Stretch & Tone #27

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Workout Schedule for Beginners 

If you’re a beginner and you have just joined ZGYM™ for the first time, you should be focusing on building your strength and endurance via beginner workouts so that you can eventually progress to workout series such as Cardio Shred, Body Crush, Kettlebell Workouts,  Jump Rope Cardio, etc.

If you stay consistent and workout daily, you can get there in just a few weeks. Remember that everything takes time and practice, but nothing is impossible. EXERCISE DAILY!

Here’s a 12 week Cardio & Strength Starter Program

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3 comments on “Weekly Workout Schedule – The Week of January 8th”

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    Private  |  Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

    Looks like a great week ahead…..hope to keep on track 🙂

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    Private  |  Canada

    Hello Susan, I just wanted to say Hi to a fellow Canadian! I went to college in Lethbridge 🙂

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    Private  |  VA, United States

    I have really been enjoying the workout schedules. You’ve got jump rope, sliders, intense upper body, intense lower body, full body WOs, high impact, low impact and flexibility all in the same week. It’s so well rounded, all the guesswork is taken out of it for me and I am learning (slowly) so many new skills. I am so happy I joined the ZGYM. Thank you Zuzka!!!!

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