Working Out

Exercise Schedule


I wanted to put up the different workout schedules I built for myself just in case anyone wants ideas of how they can build their own schedules. I have NUMEROUS and I mean NUMEROUS different workout schedules I built for myself using the different programs I have so if anyone wants more I can always add a little extra! I decided to start out with my Fitness Blender & Elliptical Workout Schedule since this is what I am currently using. It is a 4 week breakdown. 

I am NOT a Doctor or Physician therefore you should consult your personal Physician or Doctor if you wish to start ANY new form of exercise. I am just providing information for educational purposes and any use thereof is solely at your own risk. The information contained herein is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment in any manner. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition, new exercise schedule or diet program you enter! 

The first image “Fitness Blender & Elliptical Machine” program: I explain which part of the body I workout in the Fitness Blender Video I use as well as the rough amount of calories you can possibly burn (top of the table). For the Elliptical section (bottom of the table) I alternate between upper body or lower body as the driving force.

The second image “Elliptical Workout Breakdown”: gives a more detailed breakdown of my Elliptical workout. Apart from which body part I am working (upper or lower) I also detail the Level* of resistance I use throughout the 35 minute workout. 

* L1 – L8 = Level 1 – 8 (The resistance setting used). Level 1 (L1) = Easiest – Level 8  (L8) = Hardest.

You can click on the images to get a closer look at them and please feel free to use them and build your own programs based on your fitness level and exercise interests. 


I enjoy working out at different paces known as ‘Interval Training’. In the long term this kind of training not only helps with calorie burn but it also aids in speeding up your metabolic rate. This means that you are able to burn calories even when you are not working out (if you stick with it).  I will push myself extremely hard for a few minutes, take it down a little and then push even harder. 

It is always important to keep in mind that you need to build up to this otherwise you will overexert yourself, not be willing/able to keep it up or even worse hurt yourself! So take it slow at first and then build up!

I will be adding a few more schedules as and when I make more for my Fitness Blender and Elliptical program.




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  1. Pingback: My Exercise Programs | Maicurls

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