How many exercises I do per workout

How many exercises I do per workout

After much research, How many exercises I do per workout I learned a couple of things. One, while many lifters recommend spending five to ten minutes per workout on exercise sets and exercises, doing more than ten minutes of back-off-the-rack training is just not practical for many people. For instance, I noticed that my back and shoulders got way too sore for just two to three exercises. The next time I did another upper body workout I maxed out at 10 minutes for all exercises. I learned that back-off-the-rack training in the gym does work for most guys, just not for my personality.
Some lifters suggest you train for strength in the gym and then perform an athletic activity. There are studies to support this theory, but as a general trend, most experts (how do they know?) advise that an athlete and someone serious about becoming an athlete should focus on strength first. They suggest doing more repetitions of the exercises you like to work on (as many as you can handle) with shorter rest periods and some exercise sets that don’t last more than one to three minutes per exercise. I always followed the experts’ recommendations. When my workouts became too intense I focused on performing exercises to strengthen my lower body.
I learned the exercise exercises I liked to use for lower body exercises: sit-ups (or crunches), leg lifts, leg curls, leg extensions, and leg raises. Every exercise I did had to include stretching the muscle on my legs at the start. I tried to warm my muscles before my exercises started. I tried to get through exercises like leg presses, leg extensions, leg curls, and leg curls in less than ten minutes per workout. While most guys did a workout of 10 to 15 minutes for lower body exercises, I usually did my workouts of 20 to 30 minutes.
To reach the highest level of fitness and perform exercises as they were designed, I often spent 15 to 30 minutes per workout. For me, those workouts were about five times per week. In my early 20’s, I could work out once a week if I chose.