Printable workout routines can be a serious ally when you’re trying to get in shape; with just a click of a mouse you’ve got a well-constructed fitness plan in your hands.
Fitness Blender offers a long list of printable programs, all built by professional in the fitness industry. Many of these routines are zero equipment workouts, meaning that they can be done anywhere, anytime, even if you don’t have a gym membership.
We also offer free, full length home workout videos, check those out here
Here’s a list of some of our favorite printable routines:
FB 1000 Repetition, 500 Calorie Blast
7 Day Total Body Program
Speed and Agility Training Routine
Hourglass Exercises for a Curvy Body
Booty Boot Camp
100 Rep Home Workout
View entire FB’s entire library of Printable Exercise Plans
How to use these Routines:
Each of these is in a format that is easy to print off and take to the gym. The biggest advantage in using our plans, however, is that if there is an exercise that you are unfamiliar with, you can quickly click on the link of the particular exercise in order to watch a detailed 30 second video on how to do the exercise. Each has both a verbal and written description and a series of pictures so that you can be absolutely certain that you are doing the exercise properly, which not only makes it more effective, it also helps you avoid any unnecessary injuries.
Another feature of our programs that is worth noticing is that many of the exercises have different levels of difficulty so that you can modify moves to meet your own fitness level. If you are a beginner, you can start out on an easy level, whereas if you are a fitness buff, you can challenge your muscles to even further strength gains. Once you have mastered an exercise’s novice level, it’s important to move onto a more difficult version in order to keep making progress.
If you want a whole video routine with guidance from a personal trainer the whole way through, be sure to look through our videos, ranging from 10 minutes to 60 minutes, mass building to Pilates, functional strength training to cardio, and more.