Charlotte’s All-Stars Weekend Program – Train during the All-Star Event with This Two-Day Routine
The NBA All-Star weekend might be the perfect time to start a workout routine. While the weekend might be considered a short period to exercise, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of for those who want to get fit.
A good two-day workout
The goal with a two-day workout is to make the muscles get familiarized with specific power-moves that’ll activate them to train better. A 40-50 minutes daily routine might be the perfect amount of time for newcomers to start their fitness journey.
For those who are more experienced, we suggest harder routines which should last about 1-2 hours.
A good way to start a training protocol is to train the upper and lower body day-in-day-out to activate the muscles but allowing them to recover. The right weight will allow people to perform 15 to 20 reps with perfect form.
Picking the wrong type of weights can damage muscles, thus making the whole routine to be ineffective.
The First Day
Start with bench presses and perform three sets of fifteen to twenty reps. As the dumbbell shoulder press is great for working out the shoulder muscles, performing three sets of ten to fifteen reps is recommended for beginners.
The Second Day
It’s now time to train your lower body. Squats and lunges are the main focus when training leg’s strength and it’s recommended to perform four sets of twelve to fifteen reps. It’s crucial to notice when one’s body is tired in order to prevent possible injuries or strains by over-exhausting the muscles. The NBA All-Star weekend serves as a reminder of putting in the work to achieve a more healthy and athletic physique.