Follow This Workout Order To Get The Body You Want

Sometimes it isn’t about what you’re doing, but in what order you’re doing it that makes a big difference with workouts. Experts have outlined the best order to do your workouts in for optimum results. Check them out!

Warm-Up: You’ve heard of warm-ups before. This is the time period where you warm your body up for action. It’s best to start off with dynamic stretching such as bouncing into lunges and squats. Another way to warm up…a light jog. It will help to get the blood flowing all over.

Strength Training: After you’ve warmed-up, it’s time to move on to strength training. Because you still have tons of energy, you’ll be better able to hold tough positions longer.

Do The Big Moves: Before you do any isolated exercises, do multi-muscle moves like bench pressing.

Move to Isolated Exercises: Once you’ve done the big moves, you can move on to the isolated muscles exercises like tricep extensions.

Get Ready For Cardio: Now it’s time to move on to the big cardio workout. Since you’ve done all the other stuff, you won’t feel tired after you do the cardio workout.

Whew! The Cool Down: After you work your buns off, it’s time to cool down with a short walk, or a nice stretch.

READ MORE: This Is The Best Workout Order To Get The Body You Want

Jessica E. Williams

Jessica is a fun-loving free spirit. She's a writer that covers all sorts of genres. In her spare time, she's enjoying her family and contemplating the deeper meaning of life.

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


Your locale for the best advice on
fashion, health, and beauty


Subscribe to our newsletter to get exclusive information on today's trends in fashion, beauty, and more!

By clicking submit, I authorize: (1) Think Glamor to use and share my information in accordance with its Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, and (2) Think Glamor or third-party companies, including Think Glamor ’s business partners, to contact me by email with offers for goods and services at the email address provided. Please note that the information you have provided to us may be supplemented with additional information obtained from other sources.