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Mark582

1 Day Gym 1 Day Home training (advice please)

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So I'm hoping to continue weight training 2 days a week, 1 day at gym and 1 day at home with bodyweight exercises.

 

These are all the gym weight exercises I know and can do with my trainer who is on holiday for a month currently.

 

Bench Press

Overhead Press

Dumbbell Lat Raises

Tricep Rope Push Down

Barbell Bicep Curl

 

Goblet Squats

Kettlebell Deadlift

Leg Press

Dumbbell Calf Raises

 

Hanging Bent leg raise

Plank

 

I also know the following I can do at home

 

Plank

Press Up

Sit-Up

Wall Plank

Lunge

Squats

 

My Uncle suggested do a Press Up, Sit Up, Squat pyramid on the non gym day sso 1 Press Up, 1 Sit Up, 1 Squat up to 7 Press Ups etc and back down to 1  and do the top list of exercises on the gym day (1st set of 12, 2nd set of 2-8) for most things

 

Not fully sure on this idea though I'd ideally want to balance my training a bit more and put more into the home training day but only being strong enough / good enough at a limited number of exercises I'm not sure.

 

Oh and the 2 days only thing may seem lazy it's because I have a lot of other stuff on during the week (I also walk 30 minutes at least 6 days a week, do yoga and pilates once a week, go swimming once or sometimes twice a week, sometimes climb up a local steep hill in the countryside).

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What is your goal, lose fat or gain muscle mass?

Do HIIT with your all exercises for fat loss and

reps to failure for muscle building

Hope that helps

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