I suggest two days of cardio, two days of strength and one day of HIIT. For cardiovascular exercise, you can do the elliptical machine, cycling, treadmill, outdoor jogging, or even a rowing machine. For strength training, you can use dumbbells, your own body weight, or other equipment, such as kettlebells. Split workouts involve dividing the muscles worked throughout the week, so that each workout focuses on an area of the body or on a type of exercise, for example, doing a day for the upper body, a day for the legs, or doing push exercises one day and traction exercises the other.
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Plus, having a gym buddy (or two) can provide you with additional motivation and encouragement to stick with your training plan.