When I first started venturing to the gym instead of workout DVDs or running, I was admittedly lost among all the weird looking contraptions and stacks of weight plates. I was given two pieces of advice by one of the trainers who saw the familiar look of intimidation. First, break up muscle groups and focus on a different area each day. Second, have a plan. But where to get a plan? Enter printable workouts.
There are a variety of different sites that offer printable workouts, usually separated into muscle groups. Some come with suggested numbers of sets and reps and some don’t, but either way you can custom tailor these plans very easily. For example, I have one plan for “sexy summer arms” that involved me criss crossing the gym multiple times to get to the right equipment, so I adjusted the order to be a little more convenient.
Click the links below to explore some of my favorite sources for printable workouts (with over 50 different workouts total):
Printable workouts are never going to replace a personal trainer, but they are free, easy to find, and a great place to start learning which moves work which muscles.
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