Mat Strength Fitness daily workouts

Our daily workout regimen is designed to provide a well-rounded and balanced approach to strength training and cardiovascular fitness. It targets different muscle groups and energy systems throughout the week to enhance overall fitness and prevent muscle imbalances or injuries.

Mat Strength Fitness

Our daily workout regimen is the most trusted and comprehensive plan for your physical health that you will find. It balances upper and lower body training, focuses on specific pull exercises, and features high-intensity interval training to cap off a hard week’s work. This thorough approach maximizes overall fitness gains, improves endurance, and promotes a well-rounded physique.
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what’s included

With our daily workout routine, you can expect:

a balanced, full-body workout routine

building physical strength

Building endurance and thicker ligaments

emotional benefits and self-confidence

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Today’s Workout

February 8th. Deadlift Madness.

Warm-Up 1a.) 3 Way Shoulders (Lateral Raise, Front Raise, Military Press) 2 sets of 10,10,10 reps 1b.) TRX Rows or Bodyweight Pullups 2 sets of 12-15 reps 2a.) DB/KB...

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Your Path To FITNESS

What does our daily workout routine look like?


Starting with Monday, the focus is on lower body exercises. This is important as the lower body consists of large muscle groups, such as the glutes, quadriceps, and hamstrings, which play a crucial role in overall strength, balance, and stability. Working these muscles helps to improve functional movements, increase power, and enhance athletic performance.

On Tuesday, the emphasis shifts to the upper body. Targeting muscles like the chest, back, shoulders, and arms, this day helps to improve upper body strength, promote muscle symmetry, and develop overall upper body definition. This is essential for activities that involve pushing, pulling, and lifting.

Wednesday focuses on a lower body pull day, which is particularly valuable as it targets muscles that assist in running, jumping, and explosive movements. Exercises such as deadlifts, hip thrusts, and hamstring curls help develop posterior chain strength, which is crucial for proper movement mechanics and injury prevention.

Thursday follows with an upper body pull day. This workout concentrates on muscles like the upper back, biceps, and forearms, helping to improve posture, support proper joint alignment, and enhance grip strength. Additionally, these exercises help balance out the muscles worked on Tuesday’s upper body day.

Friday is described as a mixed workout, incorporating a little bit of everything. This day allows for variation and the inclusion of additional exercises that may have been missed earlier in the week or that provide a different stimulus to the muscles. This approach helps to target any neglected areas and ensures a more well-rounded training regimen.

Lastly, Saturday is dedicated to high-intensity interval training (HIIT). This form of cardiovascular exercise involves alternating periods of intense effort with short recovery periods. HIIT is known to improve cardiovascular fitness, burn calories, and enhance metabolism, making it an effective tool for fat loss and improving overall conditioning.

By Sunday morning, you’ll be one week stronger- and you’ll be able to enjoy the emotional benefit of self-confidence before getting right back to it on Monday.