FOR LONG-TERM TRAINING SUCCESS
Whether it's running, swimming, biking or strength training, a training plan will help you achieve your goals. Especially if you want to constantly improve and strive for peak performance, a plan serves to optimize your training. Training plans are available for every level of training and for every goal. Our John Harris fitness trainers are happy to help you create your individual training plan and know exactly when it's time to change the plan again.
ADVANTAGES OF OUR
A training plan gives you a clear direction. It tells you exactly what you need to do to reach your goal and gives your efforts a clear structure. In addition, having a plan also ensures that you are training your entire body. This will improve the strength in your entire body and you will also achieve aesthetically better results.
Following a plan boosts your self-confidence and confidence in your own abilities. It gives you optimism, which in turn motivates you to stick to your plan. When you've completed the workout plan for a week, you can look back and say, "I accomplished that this week!" This sense of accomplishment will simply make you feel better mentally and physically!
3. Measurable Progess
With a consistently executed training plan from us, you can objectively measure your progress.
Our Training Tip
The ideal training plan never loses sight of the big picture and challenges all muscle groups. As a rule, a training session consists of 6-8 exercises. Sets and repetitions vary depending on the training goal. If the goal is classic muscle building, the rule is three sets of 10-15 repetitions each. If, on the other hand, the focus is on increasing strength, fewer repetitions with more intensity are the rule. Strength training takes full effect from two to three training sessions per week.
However, there is hardly any limit to the number of training sessions you can do, provided you have the appropriate regeneration times. What works is what is beneficial to you. Which brings us to the crux of the matter when it comes to training success: If you train properly, you will feel better after the workout than before. Even though you should push yourself to your limits in training, it is not considered goal-oriented to constantly overtax yourself.
If you are still exhausted the day after your workout, you can take your foot off the gas. Less is then more when it comes to getting fit, staying healthy and feeling good.