If coming up with a game plan for your workouts sounds stressful and exhausting, we've got you covered. Tiffany shared a simple weekly plan to help you lose body fat. "Aim for two to three strength days and two to three cardio days weekly, plus rest," Tiffany said.
Here's a breakdown of how to set up your weekly workouts. Feel free to adapt the schedule as needed.
A full-body strength workout
A low-impact cardio workout
Stretch or try this yoga flow for weightlifters
A metabolism-boosting strength workout
An at-home cardio-boxing workout
A 30-minute dumbbell workout
A 20-minute rowing workout
You don't have to follow these exact workouts or train on these exact days. For example, Thursday could be your rest day. Play around with your schedule, and find what works best for you. If you're looking for something more long term, try this four-week strength-training workout plan.
And while we're at it, yes, your workouts are an important part of losing body fat, but you'll also need to focus on your nutrition. Tiffany doesn't recommend eliminating entire food groups with restrictive dieting. Instead, she said to focus on eating vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, and whole grains daily. You also don't have to cut out doughnuts or your favorite sweets. In fact, Tiffany recommends eating fried foods, candies, and pastries some of the time.
Now that you've got an idea of what your weekly workout routine should look like, be sure to adapt it to fit your schedule! You should follow this plan for at least six weeks in order to see results. Good luck, and have fun training.