Gym routine

I go to the gym three times a week and I have a 3-day split workout plan, which means I do each muscle group once a week.

Here is an example of each day. I usually do 12-15 reps and 3-4 sets of each move:

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Day 1: Shoulders, triceps, chest:
Arnolds press
Dumbbell lateral raise
Front raise
Upright dumbbell row
Bent over dumbbell lateral raise
Dumbbell bench press
Tricep press/ overhead extension
Triceps cable pushdown

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Day 2: Back, biceps:
Bent over barbell row
Wide grip lat pulldown
Seated cable row
Rope pulldown
Superset: Lat bar pulldown & Seated under grip cable row
Superset: Standing dumbbell curl & Dumbbell reverse curl

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Day 3: Legs and booty:
Leg press
Smith machine back squat
Dumbbell romanian deadlift
Superset: Dumbbell reverse lunge & Kettlebell back squat
Hip thrusts

So what else I do?

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I usually incorporate abs everyday when I workout. My favorite workout is doing a plank routine. There you hold a regular plank for one minute and after that you turn to a side plank without a rest for another minute. After that you turn to other side without a rest so it's a total of 3 minutes. I like to do this these sets 3 times through and usually I rest 1-2 minutes between the sets.

I try to stay overall active throughout the week. I take a dance class 2-3 times a week. I also go for a run once or twice a week and I run for 10-15min before my gym workouts as a warmup.

I have rest days every week (usually 1-2 days). On those days I really try to let my muscles rest and I take care of them by stretching. Actually stretching has been a big game changer for my workouts. I stretch almost everyday and that has really helped my flexibility and weight training.

I'm not a personal trainer or a doctor. I recommend you to see your physician before beginning any exercise program. I'm also suggesting you to warm up before any exercise and make sure you are doing your workouts in a good form so that you wont hurt yourself.

Thanks for reading!