The Exercise Vault

Usually, training programs are designed to be completed within a seven-day cycle — meaning you’ll train seven days a week. One of the benefits of this easy three-day workout routine is that it can be scheduled on any given day of the week, depending on your availability and the days you feel like going to the gym.

Even though you can choose which days to go to the gym, it is recommended that you leave at least one day of rest between each workout.

Here is the suggested combination for your easy three-day workout routine.

  • Day 1 – Chest, back, abdominal muscles, and cardiovascular exercises (30 minutes)
  • Day 2 – Day off
  • Day 3 – Shoulders, legs, abdominal muscles, and cardiovascular exercises (30 minutes)
  • Day 4 – Day off
  • Day 5 – Biceps, triceps, abdominal muscles, and cardiovascular exercises (30 minutes)
  • Day 6 – Day off
  • Day 7 – Day off

Advising you on which specific exercises to perform isn’t necessary because everybody has access to different training equipment and has their own preferred exercises for each muscle group. Instead, focus on what muscle groups to combine when exercising and how to efficiently distribute your three-day workout routine.

Keep in mind that the entire workout shouldn’t take more than an hour and a half, including the cardiovascular training. In order to work each muscle group adequately in such a short time, you’ll have to carry out three sets of three exercises for each group