Am 44 years old. Want to improve my endurance and stamina. Was doing regular weight training and cardio till a year back. Last one year did mostly yoga. Now i wish to start weight training and cardio again to improve stamina and endurance. Also dont wish to loose benefits of yoga. Hence looking for a workout plan combining these three during every week. I can spend an hour every day.
Hello John Jackson,
I like your weekly plan for exercise and I also find this type of workout plan for many days and I seen your plan which is I like.
So, I will start this schedule mentioned above you. But I need to get video for this type of workout plan. If you have this type of any video web link please send me. I very proud of you.
I will really enjoyed and get fit.
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As recommended by other experts, I personally follow different schedule mentioned below:
Day 1: Cardio => Weight training
Day 2: Weight training => Yoga
Day 3: Floor => Weight training
Day 4: Wight Training => Yoga
Day 5: Cardio => Weight training
Day 6: Floor => Weight training
Day 7: Off
I really enjoying this schedule and it really helps me to gain flexibility and strength. My trainer recommended this schedule and I have been following since last 6 months.
Have a healthy life.
cool workout! I would add in some weights though. There are a bunch you can get at reasonable prices and they barely take up and space. Definitely adds a ton of new exercises you can do, especially for your arms! Plus people tend to get bored really fast if they only do the same 4-5 exercises all the time
Hello Manoj, I like your plan of a combination workout. I would like to add some ideas. You can add in your core to whichever muscle group you are strength training. This can be done with full body movements. For example if you are working your chest you can do burpees(pushup then squat up) or dips in the captains chair or similar set up also use the chest and core. I also like those machines where you do a sit up and shoot a basketball with each rep. The reason for adding in the core is that it recovers faster than the other muscle groups, it will make your whole body stronger, and you will get faster results for any goal. For yoga and strength training make sure you get front to back exercises, side exercises and stretches, sometimes diagonal and don’t forget rotation when you are ready for it. Allow your self lots of flexibility and variety to make your workout interesting.
My honest suggestion to you is the following:
Without knowing much about your health history, goals, other daily routines, diet and most importantly about you it’s hard to give you a helpful advice. You will get many different advices and suggestions here. I’m also a fan of mixing cardio and strength as well, but in order to be effective to you knowing all of the above factors would be very helpful to come up with a program tailored just for you.