Below is a plan to go about for your 6 day weekly routine.
Day 1: Lower Body
Day 2: Chest & Back
Day 3: Core
Day 4: Arms & Shoulders
Day 5: Glutes
Day 6: Rest
Day 7: Core
Plan A involves working out a strict 6 day workout routine. You must follow day 1 to day 7 accordingly. For example, you can perform day 1 on Monday, day 2 on Tuesday, day 3 on Wednesday, day 4 on Thursday, day 5 on Friday and day 7 on Sunday. This would leave Saturday (day 6) as the rest day. It is important for Saturday to be the rest day because it will allow the core (day 3) 4 days of rest before working it again (day 7), and it will allow the glutes (day 5) 3 days of rest before it being used again for lower body (day 1) day. The rest will allow the muscles rebuild properly.
Following this 6 day program through the PRO WRLD fit App. To do so, open up the app > click, Train > click classes > click the filter icon at top right corner > click body target > click legs > click apply filter. From there, you will see the lower body workout classes displayed for you to preferably choose from.
Perform the same direction with a different body target focus according to the 5 remaining workout days.
It is recommended to use the Macro Tracker, Water Logging feature, along with Outdoor Run, to get the most out of your fitness journey.
Day 1: HIIT (or any other fully body workout such as, EMOM, Tabata, Barre, Calisthenics, Circuit training, kickboxing
Day 2: Yoga
Day 3: Chest & Back
Day 4: Lower Body
Day 5: Core
Day 6: Arms & Shoulders
Day 7: Break
Plan B involves performing full body, yoga, chest & back, lower body, core and arms & shoulders on separate days. Rest day on day 7.
Follow this 6 day workout routine through the PRO WRLD fit App. To do so, open up the app > click, Train > click classes > click the filter icon at top right corner > click class type > click HIIT (or other class type, such as Tabata, Kickboxing, Circuit etc.) > click apply filter. From there, you will see all workout classes displayed to your likings for you to preferably choose from.
Perform the same steps with a different body target focus according to the 5 remaining workout days.