- Home Workouts
This 5-day workout split routine has changed the way I train and the muscle definition I have. After two kids, I’m currently the strongest I’ve ever been.
I used to think that effective, fat burning workouts were full body, ‘all out’ every day. But I wasn’t seeing the muscle definition I desired and I was tired at the end of every week.
SplitStrong 35 split trains specific muscle groups every day to build strength and gain muscle definition while providing appropriate rest and muscle recovery so you feel STRONG and energized.
What makes SplitStrong 35 different from our other free workout challenges:
Each day comes with a follow-along workout video, so all you have to do is press ‘play’ and start sweating. I’m coaching you through every rep, offering form cues, modifications and motivation along the way.
That means if you’re here early, not all of the links will work yet. I’ve noted what days each post will go live in the program outline below so you can be prepared.
This 2 week program follows a 5-day workout split. Split training specific muscle groups 5 times a week, 35 minutes a day.
Lift weights and raise your heart rate with this full body workout routine. From legs and back to upper body push/pull muscles, legs and glutes and core conditioning.
Find everything you need to follow this 5 day workout split for women below. The goal is to make this workout plan work for YOU and your fitness level; so move rest days around as needed.
**Note: This plan includes 2 rest days per week. You get to choose which days are your rest days. I suggest resting after day two or three (Wednesday or Thursday) and then again after day five (Sunday). OR completing days 1-5 and then resting on days 6-7; over the weekend. The goal is to make this plan work for YOU!
*Note: This workout is only 15 minutes. You can repeat x2 for a 30-minute workout, or add a short jog/run.
Listen to your body and use rest days accordingly. That might look like doing nothing, going on a long walk, or short run, or one of these recovery day routines:
*Note: This workout is only 10 minutes. You can repeat x2 for a 20-minute workout, or add a short jog/run.
Listen to your body and use rest days accordingly; option to try one of these muscle recovery routines:
I would suggest completing 2-3 of the strength workouts per week. So your training plan would look like: