A sophisticated and effective Street workout routine depends on the objective of your personal training and fitness level. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. We want to give you some hints to the frequency of the training and examples of the street workout exercises to help.
Choose your training goal
First you must be wondering what is your training goal. As an athlete, it is very important that you tailor your workout routine Street to your fitness goal or goals. It is set, which exercises are most effective for that. In General, seven different types can be distinguished from training objectives:
- Lose weight (fat burning)
- Build muscle mass
- Be stronger
- Improve stamina (cardio)
- Stay fit
- Be agile
- Sports-specific training
A street of workout routine is suitable primarily for greater strength and building muscle mass. As a result, you will burn but also fat and fitter. Street-workouts are not primarily for the improvement of your heart cycle or to increase the agility, but could specific cardio exercises to your workout routine to add or your mobility.
Training intervals and periods of rest for the best results
The optimum training frequency depends on your training goals. In General, the following guidelines can help:
- It is possible its fitness level by once weekly training to keep.
- You can increase your overall fitness by training twice per week.
- For strength and muscle mass is recommended at least twice a week perform Street workout sessions to remain at the same level.
- Clear progress can be achieved if you train 3 times a week or more often.
The rest period between exercises is also important. Research has shown that a shorter rest periods between sets of exercise is better for strength and muscle growth. We recommend approx. to take the 1-minute rest between exercise sets within your routine.
Regardless of your training goal for the best results we recommend 3 times or more over the week distributed to train. But keep in mind that your body needs enough rest after an intense workout. Read more about how much rest your muscles need after training.
If you are down on the training scheme, you will never twice train the same muscle group in a row. This will ensure that your muscles get enough rest to fully recover to for optimal performance and growth. You will make the most progress when you have a sufficient balance between training and rest! Too much training and too little rest can increase the risk of injury, so it is important to listen carefully to your body and know your limits. A healthy diet and sufficient nutrients for the body are also important.
It is to start also recommended each street workout with a warm-up and to attach a cool-down period at the end.
Example of a moderate Street workout routine:
Monday: upper body exercises
Wednesday: lower body exercises
Friday: hull exercises