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    There are so many different ways I like to exercise, I'm having a hard time fitting them into a weekly schedule that still allows sufficient rest (I'm 44 and find I feel best with a couple of days off a week).

    So, I've got: Sprinting, LHT, Bodyweight/Plyo, and hiking.

    I really, really like sprinting, so I'd like to keep that a twice a week thing. I've tried:

    Day 1 Sprinting
    Day 2 LHT
    Day 3 Rest
    Day 4 Sprinting
    Day 5 Bodyweight/Plyo
    Day 6 Rest

    Repeat. The hikes I just work in as I have time, usually on the non-sprinting days.

    I guess I am just wondering if 1 LHT and 1 Bodyweight session a week is 'enough', or if the following cycle might be better:

    Cycling by week, so something like:

    Week 1:

    Day 1 Sprinting
    Day 2 LHT
    Day 3 Rest
    Day 4 Sprinting
    Day 5 LHT
    Day 6 Rest

    Week 2:

    Day 1 Sprinting
    Day 2 Bodyweight/Plyo
    Day 3 Rest
    Day 4 Sprinting
    Day 5 Bodyweight/Plyo
    Day 6 Rest

    So essentially just doing sprints and LHT one week, sprints and bodyweight the next.

    What do you think? How have you found it is easiest to fit everything in?

  • #2
    Hey TimR- I don't over think it and do what ever it is I feel like doing at the time. Also, I try to incorporate things I enjoy into my daily duties. I love to cycle so I ride a bike to and from work most days. Some days I feel like walking or sprinting so I do that. So basically any errand where I have to leave the house, I leave the car and have a little fun!
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    • #3
      You could always work the lower body with weighted squats on pushup/pullup days.
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      • #4
        No I stick with one aspect of fitness only. My chosen area of expertise is raw strength as in powerlifting.
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