Planning your Fitness Routine
An optimal fitness routine should be properly mapped out in advance, if not a month prior, then a week prior. Planning is always the key to executing fitness goals, as your mind and body need structure and consistency to succeed.
Planning involves everything from meal prepping, to nap schedules, workout journaling, and finding the right sports nutrition supplements.
To get the most out of your sports nutrition routine, you need to ask yourself what your fundamental goals are.
Are you targeting weight support, mass gaining, muscle building, or just general wellness? Once you have clearly defined what you set out to do, you can create the ultimate supplement stack using our master list below to guide you.
Building Out your Stack
- WheyFit, 100% Whey Protein, (Chocolate), 2 lb.
- WheyFit, 100% Whey Protein, (Vanilla), 2 lb.
- WheyFit, 100% Whey Protein, (Strawberry), 2 lb.
- WheyFit Isolate, (Dutch Chocolate), 2 lb.
- WheyFit Isolate, (Valiant Vanilla), 2 lb.
- WheyFit Isolate (Strawberry Explosion), 2 lb.
Energy & Endurance
Multis for Athletes
Planning your Workouts
Your workouts are all based upon the goals you're trying to achieve. When you have a specific goal in mind, you can plan each workout with every exercise and movement. Some specific goals and paired workouts include:
General Wellness- Your workout should involve walking and jogging on the treadmill, elliptical sessions, and stationary bike.
Mass Gaining- A mass gaining workout routine involves lots of compounding lifts that involve different muscle groups. This includes bench presses, overhead barbell presses, deadlifting, and squatting. Typically, powerlifters aim to lift heavy within a low rep range.
Weight Support- Staying fit involves lots of cardio and calisthenics and some weightlifting within a high rep range. The key here is constantly moving and burning off energy.
Athletic Performance- Athletes require a ton of disciplined strength, endurance, agility, and speed training from a variety of different exercises. Depending on your sport, you may require advanced training from a hired professional.