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How To Design A Workout Routine That Shreds Pounds

Updated: Dec 27, 2021

Having a solid workout program is extremely important in achieving your fitness goals. Here are 5 ways you can start designing and maintaining a workout routine that kills fat.

Consistency-Consistency is the #1 way to achieving your goal and losing weight. You have to train frequently across a long period of time. I recommend 3 days a week for approximately one hour, if you are beginner.

Intermediate or advanced levels I recommend anywhere from 4-6 days a week from 45 minute to 1 hour depending on your needs and lifestyle.

Understand that transforming your physique is a long-term commitment that takes time.

Ask yourself these questions to instantly begin the process of designing a workout routine.

How many days during the week can I dedicate to training?

How long can each training session be?

What time of day suits best for my training?

Get a pen and paper and jot it down. Some examples of strength training exercises are: Push-ups, Lunges, Tricep Dips, and Squats. With these 4 basic exercises, you can target a full body workout in one session, all from your own home, minimum gym equipment needed. Start with 8 reps of each for 4 sets. Each week you can gradually increase the resistance as your body gets stronger with more reps and less sets. The idea is to build this habit until you are ready to progress to a higher level of resistance training (Your Local Gym). Don’t forget to take 10 minutes for a warm-up and cool down exercise, warm-up especially. Some examples of good warm-up exercises could include jumping jacks, high knees, jump rope, or light jog. Cool down with light upper body stretching and/or hamstring stretch. These tips will help get your muscles warm and joints lubricated to prevent injury. Once you have established a weekly routine. Look at how you eat and plan for a calorie deficit meal each


Preferably under 2000 calories a day is best for a weight loss diet. For more info and training tips, email us at or subscribe to our emailing list for monthly newsletters.

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