I can't understand the workout plans! Help please!

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    I can't understand the workout plans! Help please!

    Hello guys,

    I just found this interesting website that covers everything related to workout! I'm really impressed.
    Now the issue is I can't understand how these plans work! I mean those programs have no rest day! like 30 day challenges! how can your body recover from the pain between sessions? and another thing I found the WORKOUT STRENGTH WORKOUT PLAN very interesting! it really suits me cause I'm just getting recovered from a lower back pain.
    This plan have rest days but when I go to the WORKOUT STRENGTH SHEET the program is full daily. and each day has a different training routines! Guys I'm really stuck!
    Could someone please clarify to me how can I deal with these workouts cause I really wanna challenge myself to the next level. I don't go against the workouts but I'm just stuck and still new to these routine and everything, my prior routines were just random.

    #2

    Rest days are active rest days, i.e. lighter workouts are made to recover

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      #3
      The 30 workout plans are designed to be done daily. Most include active rest days, like this in express tone...or work different body parts each day. Ironborn has no active rest, but cycles back/biceps > chest/shoulder/triceps> legs > abs so by the time you are back to legs they've had 3 days rest. The easier beginner all around plans cycle through types of exercise- cardio, str, etc so you get a rest from one type while you work another. Some of the harder plans don't have much/any rest but... they are for more experienced/fit types whose body's can handle this. The exercises get a bit harder or reps get more as you go bc you have been getting stronger and can do a bit more work by the end.

      These are not gym based programs that have you lifting your weight and then some on a barbell which yes, might require full rest days. These are bodyweight/dumbell programs designed to be safe and effective for daily use.

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        #4
        The Darebee progams do have rest days, but they are active rest days. This means yes, your are doing something on every day, but some of those days are easier on purpose those are the rest days. So if you stick to the same lvl every day, some days are gonna be easy active rest days for your body.

        The programs usually also focus on different parts of the body every day, so if day 1 for example has a focus on upper body and day 2 a focus on leg muscles then day 2 is on some way also a rest day for your upper body.

        Here are two articles that explain the active rest principle of the Darebee programs in more detail:
        https://darebee.com/fitness/rest-days.html
        https://darebee.com/fitness/rest-rec...rtraining.html

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