Now that we've cleared up the spot-reduction misconception, it's time to help you get started in the gym, at home, or wherever you love to train. There's a lot of different ways to set up your weekly training program, and we definitely recommend following whatever works best with your lifestyle. Tiffany seconds that statement and said, "The best schedule is one that works in your daily routine."
If you're someone who does better with structure, Tiffany said to aim for two to three days of strength training, two to three days of cardio, and one rest day per week. If you're limited on time, "try sprinkling cardio throughout your strength session," she said.
An example of this would be doing single-leg deadlifts followed by 60 seconds of jumping rope or rowing for 300 meters. If training five to six days a week is too much, initially, Tiffany said to set a goal that works for you. This could be two days, three days — something you know you can stick to.