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    3 Day Routine I've been working on, is it any good so far?

    I've been working on a routine that best suits me and wanted to know if I am overlooking any muscle group. Each exercise uses Moderate weights for 6 - 12 reps and then an HIIT that uses the same muscle group (as I am told the weights use up glycogen stores and then the HIIT relies on burning fat reserves as fuel) and then 1.5 minute rest before next set to produce more (total 3 sets of each exerciuse). I only have 30 minutes a day to work out so I need as few excercises as possible, but don't want to neglect anything.

    Day1:
    Arnold Press, Jumping Jacks
    Dumbell Floor Chest Press, (No idea what would be good here)
    Tricep Extentions, raised arm circles
    Sit Ups, Mountain Climbers
    Leg Raises, flutter kicks

    Day2:
    Unilateral Bicep Curl, standing shoulder taps
    Upward Row, Burpees
    Unilateral Bent Over Row, Burpees
    Farmers Walk/Shrugs, (No idea what would be good here)
    Sit Ups, Mountain Climbers
    Leg Raises, flutter kicks

    Day3:
    Squats, High Knees
    Lunges, High Knees
    Calf raises, Sprint in place

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          #5
          As far as your program goes, it looks pretty well rounded. Just keep trying to add more weight over time. Progressive overload is the way to build strength.

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            Hello and welcome, spoonroot !

            I don't think you've been neglecting a particular muscle group, but to stay within your line of logic, I think some "high intensity" exercises may be replaced with others. More specifically (my comments are in italics):

            Day1:
            Arnold Press, Jumping Jacks (maybe just raised arm circles, or uppercuts)
            Dumbell Floor Chest Press, (No idea what would be good here) Push-ups may be more beneficial. And straight punches afterwards.
            Tricep Extentions, raised arm circles (backfists instead of the raised arm circles?)
            Sit Ups, Mountain Climbers
            Leg Raises, flutter kicks

            Day2:
            Unilateral Bicep Curl, standing shoulder taps
            Upward Row, Burpees (burpees target much more than your back. Maybe elbow strikes?)
            Unilateral Bent Over Row, Burpees (same as above)
            Farmers Walk/Shrugs, (No idea what would be good here) Overhead punches?
            Sit Ups, Mountain Climbers (there may be no need to have two ab days in a row)
            Leg Raises, flutter kicks

            Day3:
            Squats, High Knees
            Lunges, High Knees
            Maybe add side lunges, to be thorough? With side leg raises on top...
            Calf raises, Sprint in place


            Those are only suggestions, of course. The best training plans aren't always the ones you spend hours designing, but rather the ones you actually follow. Feel free to adapt and improve as you go along.

            I hope this helps.

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