4-12 Week Weight Loss Workout Plan – Home Exercise Program (Week 5)
This is week 5 of my 12 week program for weight loss. If you have found this page and missed the previous weeks than please go to week 1 and do this workout in order:
Welcome to week 4 of my 4-12 week weight loss plan. If your goal was to only do the 4 weeks then well done for making it to the end. If you are doing the full 12 weeks then you are almost half way there. For anyone who has joined us at this stage please start at week 1.
Welcome to your 3rd week of this 12 week plan to drop 5% body fat. All exercises have been rotated to more difficult ones. If you are a beginner and you find the exercises to hard in this weeks program you can go back to last weeks program. Feel free to Email me if you have any questions or just want to share your progress.
Here are the previous weeks in case you missed them:
Welcome to my 12 week challenge. We are at week one of your 12 week journey to losing 5% body fat in just 12 weeks. This program is for all ability levels. I have provided you with the recommended repetitions or duration for your ability level for both the HIIT and Ab workouts. Week to week the workouts will get harder and more challenging.
Stick to the training program and training frequency and you will get results. Please feel free to share your before and after pictures to inspire others. Lastly, if you have any problems along the way feel free to contact me via Email or phone and I will be happy to help out.
Tips to get the most from this challenge:
Any good weight loss program should consist of a diet that minimizes processed foods, resistance training exercises to tone and build muscle,
as well as cardio vascular training to burn calories. The combination of all 3 is the best way to torch fat. Assuming you are already eating a good diet this weight loss workout plan focuses on the other 2 aspects which is cardiovascular training and resistance training. This will be achieved by using the HIIT principle.
HIIT stands for high intensity interval training and it is a system of training that allows you to burn a large number of calories in a short period of time. The two factors that contribute to burning calories when doing cardiovascular training are to exercise at a low intensity for a long period of time or to work at a high intensity for a short period of time. HIIT training is the latter and is a great way to train if you are busy and lack time. If you are interested in doing HIIT with battle ropes try this.