How Many Days a Week Do You Workout? (Poll)

How Many Days a Week Do You Workout? (Poll)

Do you even lift? We bet you do!

There is a lot of debate as to how many days per week you should work out. Well, let's settle this debate with some real world data. Tell us how often you hit the gym each week.

Also, don't forget to hit the comments section and detail your current workout and cardio split. Help others by giving them your workout strategy.

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richard newfield - January 11, 2019

3 day, but I work outside on my farm 7days a week.

craig ballurio - January 11, 2019

2 -3 days pending my work week usually 2 at the end of my work cycle I get 7 days off I work out all seven then my next next week I work 5 days so I’m
Limited to 2 days but those days I se as recovery days. I hate 12-16 hours shifts btw

Doug Sutherland - January 11, 2019

I try to hit the gym 4-5 days a week. Chest/bis, back/tris, legs, Chest/shoulders, off but cardio.

richard newfield - January 11, 2019

With all my health problems I average 3 a week.

Dustin Nutt - January 11, 2019

Weight train every week day, I used to train 6-7 days a week before having a child.. I now try to spend quality time with my family on the weekends. We try to do something active each day, even if it is just walking around the neighborhood.

Brennen Pacheco - January 11, 2019

Seems to be the average

Brennen Pacheco - January 11, 2019

Yea, you don’t nessessarily have to do weight training everyday. But you can be active on the other days and do light activity

Brennen Pacheco - January 11, 2019

I technically train everyday, but only weight train four of those days. I do light yoga and stretching on day 7. As long as your nervous system doesn’t burn out it’s ok to “train” everyday. If you are sleeping and eating badly than you will burn out quickly, and when you start to notice you are getting weaker in the gym than that is a sign you are hitting adrenal fatigue

jeff gray - January 11, 2019

I used to do 6-7 days a week, but cut back to 5 so I could recover better and hit my workouts with more intensity, and have seen better progress.

craig ballurio - January 11, 2019

Three days a week for 3 weeks then end of my work cycle I have 7 days off I work out 4-5 of those days my days at work are recovering days

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