Bodybuilding.com Workout Apps!
A common question I’ve seen is “Can I workout on keto?” Absolutely! Yes, you can. One way to workout without a personal trainer is by using workout apps.
I’ve used many workout apps over the years, but the apps I keep going back to, over and over again, are the ones created by BodyBuilding.Com.
I recently joined BodyBuilding.Com’s subscription-based All Access Program. The program provides 50+ expert-designed fitness plans!
I like that I have many different workout programs to choose from with filters I can set to specify my exact needs. Filters include:
- Plan Length: Choose from 1-4 weeks, 5-8 weeks, 9-12 weeks, and 13+ weeks
- Plan Type: Choose from Muscle building, Weight loss, Gain strength, Get fit, and Performance
- Plan Difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
- Equipment Needed: Full gym or Minimal Equipment
The app truly has a workout program to suit any need!
Bodybuliding.com All Access offers a 7-DAY FREE TRIAL so you can check it out before committing! In addition to workout programs, the subscription also gives you:
- Extra Store Savings and FREE Shipping on everything
- Advanced Workout and Exercise Tracking
- Expert Training Advice & Step-by-Step instruction
Related Reading: How to Get Started in the Gym for Beginners
Week 1 Re-Cap: Transformation – 12 Weeks to Your Best Self
I have chosen a 12-week program to start, and have created a playlist on YouTube documenting my daily workouts.
CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW MY WORKOUT PLAN! And don’t forget to hit that red subscribe button when you visit!
Week 1 included three days of full-body workouts alternated with two days of cardio, followed by a bonus workout on the sixth day, and a day of rest on the seventh day.
I liked that the three full-body workout days were all different. The variety of exercises keeps the workout interesting, plus you learn many different moves for various muscle groups.
Along with a picture of the specific exercise, if you are still unsure how to perform the move, the app provides a video demonstration with one of their trainers.
Related Reading: Lose the Bat Wings: 4 Triceps Exercises to Sculpt Your Arms
The exercises in this plan incorporate weight machines, free weights, and body weight exercises. Let me tell you, I was SUPER SORE the first half of the week! Luckily, most of the soreness was gone by the end of the week.
You had a few options on the cardio days. You could choose either interval training or steady-state cardio. You also have the option to swap out one type of cardio for another. For example, you could swap jogging for the bicycle, or elliptical for the stair-master. The point of cardio day is to get your lungs and heart into shape!
Day six is a Bonus Workout Day which you can choose to do none, part or all of the exercises they recommend. Each exercise is only performed for a single set.
Final Thoughts and Progress Numbers
I was very happy with the Week 1 Workout Plan and look forward to starting Week 2. Well, looking forward to it as much as you can look forward to any workout plan.
Before I get to my progress numbers, I need to disclose that I am currently within my healthy weight range for my height. As a result, I don’t expect to see the number on the scale move much, especially since I am strength training.
My personal progress goal will be related to measurements. I’m hoping to swap out some fat for muscle! I will still include updates for weight loss or gain in my weekly reports.
Weight: down 0.8 lbs
Under Breast: down 1 inch
Breast: down 1 inch
Left Thigh: same
Right Thigh: same
L Bicep: down 0.5 inches
R Bicep: down 0.5 inches
Total Weight Change: down 0.8 lbs
Total Inches Lost = 3 inches!
Question of the Day!
Are you currently using a specific workout plan or looking for one…or maybe just thinking about working out? Comment below and let me know! And feel free to ask me any questions! I will do my best to answer you quickly ?