One Daily Minute
Best Workout Template for Entrepreneurs
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You will workout 4 days a week.
Because you’re busy building a business, your time is limited.
You will do 5x5 or 4x6 on each compound exercises.
And you will only rest up to a minute between sets.
We will keep workouts to 1 hour a session.
What about stretching and warmups?
Because we are keeping workouts to the hour, warmups should be around 10 minutes.
Create a few mobility stretching routine to get you sweating.
Get some light cardio in if you have to.
The goal is to get your body loose, warm, and flexible.
Leg workouts: the best two lifts are deadlifts and squats.
All variations of each exercises are good.
No need to debate if sumo or conventional is better for deadlifts.
The same can be said about back squat or front squat.
Chest workouts: the best exercises are bench and incline bench.
Whether you use barbell or dumbbells is up to you.
And it’s good to include both variations into your workouts.
Back workouts: the top bang for the buck exercises are rowing and pulling.
Rowing can be done with dumbbell, t-bar, or barbell.
It doesn’t matter.
Any type of pulling is great such as pull downs or pull ups.
Supersetting is another great way to minimize your time in the gym.
Lastly, hit the cardio for about 20 minutes to end your workouts.
10 minutes to warm up and stretch.
30 minutes to do 5x5 compound exercises focusing on your major body parts.
20 minutes of cardio to max out your VO2 and life longevity.
1 hour total approximately per session.
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