How Many Days a Week Should I Workout to Lose Weight?

If you’re reading this, I assume you’re looking for advice on how to lose weight. Maybe even a bit of motivation under the circumstances. I’ve been there, and I understand what you’re going through. Believe it or not, I’ve actually found a way to lose 100 pounds without compromising my social life a single bit. And it’s all thanks to a little bit of science and a lot of hard work. But before I reveal my crazy fitness regimen to you, let’s take a quick look at how many days per week you should be working out, based on your goals and your current schedule.

The Perfect Day Of Exercise

I’m sure you’ve heard the expression “you’re what you eat.” And it’s certainly true. But it doesn’t have to be. You can also train your body to be healthier with the right workout regimen, which is exactly what I did to lose weight. So if you’re looking to change your lifestyle and ditch the bad habits that led you to gain weight in the first place, try implementing a workout plan that will gradually transform your body into a toned and healthy version of itself.

It’s important to find what works best for you, and after much trial and error, I’ve come up with the perfect routine for anyone looking to build muscle and lose weight at the same time. Here’s a schedule that I think you should follow to reach your goals:


On my first day of the program, I would suggest that you do something easy to get started with. If you’re currently sitting on the couch eating bonbons and ice cream, then I would walk you through an advance weight loss workout. It will help get your body used to the routine and give you a nice boost of energy to get through the day. It doesn’t have to be advanced at all. If you’re looking to lose weight, then simply start with some basic stretches and relax breathing exercises. Once you’re feeling relaxed, you can move on to the next step.


On my second day of the program, I would have you do a little bit of both. You should do a little bit of your normal routine, but try something new as well. If you feel like you’re struggling with a particular aspect of your life (like work or school), then this is the day to address it. I would have you try a new workout class or team up with a friend to workout together. If possible, I would also have you take the opportunity to explore a new city and learn about its culture and cuisine. Remember, your health and fitness are important, but so is your mental well-being. Don’t forget about your loved ones as well – you might want to call them to make sure they’re okay.


On my third day of the program, you’re going to focus on building strength and endurance. I would have you do an obstacle course wearing full gear – this will be very challenging and may even hurt at times. But you’ll feel like a new person when you’re finished. Afterward, you can take a cool down break and rest or have some tea.


On my fourth day of the program, I would have you do your normal routine again. Perhaps you struggle with sticking to a diet, so this is the day that you commit yourself to eating well. Even better, you can extend this commitment to your social life as well by going to a dinner party or movie with a friend. When you return home, you can take a break from working out and reward yourself with a massage or spa treatment. At the end of the day, the most important thing is that you feel good about yourself. Even if you don’t lose a pound, you’ll feel like you’ve accomplished something great.


On my last day of the program, you’re going to repeat the process. But this time, instead of walking you through an exercise routine, I would have you rest and relax. If you’re looking for a way to unwind and de-stress, then this is the perfect day to do it. You can take a nap, go for a walk, read a book – whatever makes you feel better. When you eventually wake up, you can start the process over again.

As you can see, this is a very busy day for me. But I make time for these workouts because I know how important they are. When you’re not feeling well, nothing else in your life seems to matter. Working out is actually one of the best things that I can do for myself. It makes me feel happy, relaxed, and confident. Each time that I work out, I feel like I’ve accomplished something great, and it just fuels my determination to keep going. This is why I don’t like to diet. When you deprive your body of fuel, it makes it harder for you to lose weight. Instead of cutting back on food, why not try increasing your activity level? If you’re spending more time working out, you’re not going to be consuming as much. Plus, working out gives you a chance to socialize – something that most diets completely cut out. If you ever read one of my blog posts, you’ll know that I don’t like to deprive myself of social activities. So instead of cutting back on food, I’m actually increasing my food intake. Does this make sense to you? I hope so, because this is how it works. Your body needs enough fuel to operate at its best. When it doesn’t get this fuel, it begins to break down your muscle mass. This is why it’s so important to eat a well-balanced diet and meet your daily nutritional needs. When you start losing muscle, it throws off your metabolism, so your weight begins to yo-yo. This is why steady weight loss is so important – it keeps your metabolism stable and helps you maintain a healthy body weight.

Now that you’re equipped with the basics of how many days a week you should work out, it’s time for you to pick a time and a place that suits you. People are busy, so make sure that you find a workout space that isn’t too far from your home. If you’re not used to going to the gym, it can be difficult to commit to going almost every day. But once you’ve started, it’s very difficult to go back to less than five days a week. Remember, you’re in control of your own life – you don’t have to follow anyone else’s schedule, and you certainly don’t have to agree to go to the gym for a certain number of hours. If you feel that this is too much pressure, then simply take it off – say you’ll do it once or twice a week and then decide whether or not to continue after that. Then there’ll be no pressure, and you’ll be able to enjoy your workout without any complications.

Working out doesn’t have to be complicated. As long as you have a goal in mind and are willing to put in the work, you’ll be able to lose weight and live a healthier life.