If you don’t have a lot of time to workout and/or the gym is crowded, situate yourself at the cable machine and get your full workout on.
Typically at the beginning of a new year the gym is filled with individuals excited about working on their fitness. Many have weight loss and fitness resolutions and sign up with a gym to help them achieve those goals.
Unfortunately, this can mean a crowded gym no matter what time of day you go. If you still want a full body workout even in a crowded gym this Woman vs. Cable Machine workout will do that for you.
Most gyms have a cable station where you can work arms, shoulders, backs, triceps and chest so it can be a perfect solution if all other gym equipment is occupied.
As always, here are a few tips to help you as you begin your workout.
Always warm up for 5 to 10 minutes before your workout. It not only helps loosen up tight muscles and get the blood flowing but it helps prepare your mind for what’s to come.
Self massage such as self myofascial release (SMR) and stretching are general warm up options or you can perform specific warm ups for the body part you are about to work.
Always keep a bottle of water near you so you can sip on it during your workout to not only keep you hydrated but to pump fluid back into the muscles.
It will also help you perform longer during the actual workout.
Be sure to wear weight lifting gloves which will save your hands from callouses. I typically get my gloves from Target but any good quality gloves will do as long as they are sized properly to fit your hands.
You will perform 3 sets of this workout in circuit style. Check the graphic for the amount of reps to complete each exercise as they will differ depending on the exercise.
You’ll thank me later.
When you try this workout make sure to tag me on Instagram @FemmeFitaleFitClub with the amount of calories burned and your gym selfie. Use hashtag #WomanVsMachine
Woman vs. Cable Machine Gym Workout
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Before starting any new exercise plan consult with your physician. Know your limits and participate at your own risk.
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