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Where did you get your workout program?



  • RandJ6280RandJ6280 Posts: 957Member Member Posts: 957Member Member
    Fit Fathers
  • Joeyd727Joeyd727 Posts: 590Member Member Posts: 590Member Member
    I use the app jefit for workout routines . You can make your own or pick ones based on your skill level. There's a billion Freeones and also paid routines
    edited October 20
  • AvidkeoAvidkeo Posts: 1,224Member Member Posts: 1,224Member Member

    You can do individual videos, or a program that you can use over and over
  • rainbow198rainbow198 Posts: 2,060Member Member Posts: 2,060Member Member
    A doing a combination of Youtube workouts, reading fitness books, using fitness apps, Beachbody workouts, trying different workouts and fitness equipment helped me to figure out what I liked and didn't like early on.

    From there I was able to build my own program that works great for me. I'm always switching things up and trying new things too.
  • ironhajeeironhajee Posts: 379Member Member Posts: 379Member Member
    I have a funny confession to make... I was watching a movie with "The Rock" and he was doing this absurd peck dance and the mexican actor was throwing cherries at his pecks! Each chenry was redirected with high velocity in a new trajectory almost creating lethal impact similar to a paint ball gun...

    Since then I have been in pursuit to make my man boobies dance!

  • KDBismeKDBisme Posts: 18Member Member Posts: 18Member Member
    I love Les Mills Body Pump! Actually every Les Mills workout. They are safe, backed by tons of expert research, and very effective.
  • Joeyd727Joeyd727 Posts: 590Member Member Posts: 590Member Member
    The jefit app had 100's of free workout plans
  • emsmiley12emsmiley12 Posts: 22Member Member Posts: 22Member Member
    I took a couple of spin classes a week at a boutique studio. One of the instructors was a highly esteemed personally trainer. So she created plans for me for quite a while. I prefer to always use someone I know and hear local, real, positive results from. She was great. I say go through the grapevine in your area. Don’t trust everything “popular” online/social media.
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 1,227Member Member Posts: 1,227Member Member
    for my weight training, classic weider bodybuilding posters. I've had all the posters for at least 25-30 years.... I've tweaked them since I am in my 50s now, but still great guides.
  • IslandGal3IslandGal3 Posts: 1,756Member Member Posts: 1,756Member Member
    I use for a lot of my workouts. Lots of free workouts, and programs you can purchase at a reasonable price.
  • stephie_nycstephie_nyc Posts: 41Member Member Posts: 41Member Member
    Currently I use Hybrid Performance Method, which is 40.00 per month.

    I’ve have a coach in the past who wrote for me and I also experimented with Stronglifts, 531, Strong Curves, all of Layne Norton’s programs and a Mike Pennacchia deadlift program.
  • OcrgrrrlOcrgrrrl Posts: 180Member, Premium Member Posts: 180Member, Premium Member
    The STS DVD program from Cathe Friedrich. It is a progressive lifting program that is 3 months long.
    She has streaming programs as well.
  • jhanleybrownjhanleybrown Posts: 176Member Member Posts: 176Member Member
    Peleton. (Cycling but they have running, yoga etc).

    I just have the app because its cheaper.
  • debrakgooginsdebrakgoogins Posts: 1,821Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,821Member, Premium Member
    I follow My Peak Challenge and DDPY yoga. They both have membership fees but are worth it to me. Their online support groups are great. There are plenty of workouts available for free out there that are great for home workouts though. Fitness Blender is a good one. If you like to dance and want cardio, Fitness Marshall is fun. Leslie Sansone has plenty of walking videos but sometimes her music doesn't match up the walking pace - I turn off the volume when that happens. Yoga with Adriene is a good one. If you have enough equipment, stronglifts is good too.
  • SlayLikeAWarriorSlayLikeAWarrior Posts: 16Member Member Posts: 16Member Member
    I need to get a program or purchase a set lifting program to follow. I have a home gym and there for don’t have everything a gym would have. But where did you guys find or purchase your workout program from? [/quote

    I have been working out since I was 12yrs old. So most of what I know has been from experience and from my strength and conditioning coach while I was in college. Take a look at this site, it might be more helpful and economical for you.
  • SlayLikeAWarriorSlayLikeAWarrior Posts: 16Member Member Posts: 16Member Member
    You can also try the Bodybuilding website as well. They do have tons of free programs you can use for your home gym, but you have to create an account, set up your goal/plan and from there you can track. For comfort, down load the app "Bodyspace" and track your workout directly from there. It's the app for See link below.
  • BrianSharpeBrianSharpe Posts: 8,823Member Member Posts: 8,823Member Member
    Stronglifts 5 x 5 - it's free, it's easy to follow and requires a minimum amount of equipment (barbell, plates, bench & squat rack)
  • MattDXTMattDXT Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member has some good workout listed.
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