Hit one goal.. now what?

2 posts | Original | Recent
 
Image_thumb
69 Posts
Apr 24, 2017 3:38pm
via Android

So my goal from the beginning of the year was to make it to my birthday (4/14) without missing a day and staying consistent with diet and exercise. I did it. No excuses, no giving up, i pushed through and i am so proud of myself for it. But now i need to set another goal.. i really like lifting and I'd like to do more body building and gain some muscle. I'm getting bored of the routine I've been on so it's time to change it up. (Been doing it since feb 6th with upping sets to 4 each and weights) im really liking what I'm seeing and I'd like to keep it going. I like setting a date for my goals, it helps keep my focused and with self motivation its easier to tell myself "Just gotta make it to ____" I usually follow fitnessrxwomen print and go workouts. But some of that stuff is either way beyond my capabilities or a lot of cardio that i just don't care for. (Lift faster right lol) probably because it's directed toward weight loss. anyone know of other sites i can find print and go workouts more focused I building muscle than weight loss? I don't know how to build my own or I would.

25 Apr
great to know , i think your next goal is to helping other to fulfil their fitness goal, live for other princess
25 Apr
Lol i really don't know what I'm doing half the time, just following the YouTube videos ect. but i the thought of becoming a personal trainer or coach has crossed my mind.. not just to help others but my own personal knowledge ect that i could get from it
Image_thumb
1035 Posts
Apr 25, 2017 4:49pm
via Android

The only site I've really used is aworkoutroutine dot com.  Not sure if it's print and go style, but some really fundamental workouts you can probably manage to print out.

I also put them into this app, look under my collections for beginner weight training and muscle building collections. Here are the two most important:
Foundational Muscle Building A
Foundational Muscle Building B

I know bodybuilding Dot com has a decent app for weight training workouts. But really, the variety that you'll see with a lot of these sites is rather unnecessary and imo detrimental to real efficient progress. Especially when starting out, sticking to the basics and monitoring your performance can really pay off.

26 Apr
awesome! Thank you so much!!
26 Apr
holy crap i think this site is everything i have been looking for and more! Thank you so much again!
Reply


Skimble-workout-trainer-download-app-recommended-programs

Download_app_store_ios Download_google_play_android_172x51


Workout Trainer Forums

Welcome Wagon

6,273 topics, 38,251 posts

Motivation & Support

8,517 topics, 41,714 posts

App Updates

33 topics, 80 posts

Ask the Pros

739 topics, 1,878 posts

Workouts and Programs

2,910 topics, 12,158 posts

Trainer Tools

16 topics, 46 posts

Featured Training Programs

Weight Loss 2

Weight Loss 2

Moderate Time 4 Weeks
Scientific 7x7

Scientific 7x7

Intense Time 2 Weeks
Abdominal Foundation I

Abdominal Foundation I

Casual Time 3 Weeks
Bottoms Up

Bottoms Up

Moderate Time 2 Weeks
Functional Fitness 1.0

Functional Fitness 1.0

Casual Time 3 Weeks
At-Home Bootcamp

At-Home Bootcamp

Moderate Time 4 Weeks

Featured Workouts

Baby Got Back

Baby Got Back

Casual Ic_time_32x32 27 mins  
Legs   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Dumbbell
Full Body Bells

Full Body Bells

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 20 mins  
Full Body   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Kettlebell
Core Killer

Core Killer

Intense Ic_time_32x32 21 mins  
Core  
Core Capacity

Core Capacity

Casual Ic_time_32x32 55 mins  
Core  
Kettlebell Core

Kettlebell Core

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 11 mins  
Full Body   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Kettlebell, Dumbbell, Box or Step
Stabilized Core

Stabilized Core

Intense Ic_time_32x32 23 mins  
Full Body   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Stability Ball