Often times the gym can feel like a buffet. Cardio machines are there to get your heart pumping and free weights and weight machines are there to help you build strength and tone your muscles.
You probably know you should be cross-training and doing a bit of everything, but without the proper structure to guide you, it’s always easier to get your 30 minutes of cardio or strength in and get home.
Designed with variety in mind, the program incorporates a variety of cardio and strength training workouts for a total body conditioning routine. Over four weeks, you’ll cycle through five workouts per week that include treadmill work, strength training, and outdoor running—all of which will leave you feeling leaner, faster, and stronger.
The end goal? Just stick with it. “This program isn’t designed to help anyone lose a bunch of weight or run faster,” Emmons explains.
“This program is about sticking with it and seamlessly incorporating training into your daily routine. You’re training for life.” In other words, don’t stop.
Sometimes all your workout routine needs is a guiding light to take it to the next level. According to Emmons, this program is exactly that. If you like to train but lack the framework to stick with it, this is for you.
“I think everyone works out with the absolute best intentions, but they need help with the structure part. I’m giving you all the guidelines: what days to lift, what days to run, what days to rest,” he says. “This is the blueprint. All you have to do is show up and trust.”