3-2-8 Workout Plan

Created May 2023 The 3-2-8 Method went viral on TikTok for a reason—it’s a methodical and effective way to lose weight, build muscle, and increase your daily activity. It’s a trend we can get behind at Get Healthy U TV, so we created a 28-day calendar for you! Let us tell you what it’s all about. The 3-2-8 method is a structured weekly workout plan. The name 3-2-8 is a reflection of the components of this method. Each week there is: * 3 (three days of strength training workouts): We’ve got intense workouts for you, but rest assured, we give low-impact options during each workout. * 2 (two days of barre/Pilates workouts): We are going to fire up your core and make your legs shake. * 8 (eight thousand steps per day): This can be a GHUTV Indoor walking workout, a treadmill walk, or an outdoor walk if accessible. Make sure you are logged in and click on the workouts on the calendar. This calendar contains both Premium and GOLD workouts. Please notice that when it comes to getting in your 8,000 steps each day, you have an option to get outdoors and go for a walk OR if weather doesn’t permit or you need to stay at home, you can search our Premium & GOLD indoor walking workouts! You’ll be amazed how many steps you take during our indoor walking workouts. At the top of the calendar, we provide you with the link to the entire Walking Library to choose your workout from! And yes, 8,000 is a lot of steps, so this workout plan encourages you to just be more active all day long! We put the two “Days Off” from muscle training at the end of each week, but feel free to move them around each week based on your personal schedule. There are low-impact modifications given for all workouts, so this plan can work for most. Whether you’re looking to build a consistent exercise routine or level up your current workouts at home, following this well-rounded four-week workout plan is a great place to start! We definitely are fans of the trend! Take the #328challenge. All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise or fitness or wellness regimens of any kind.