How Often Should You Change Your Workout Program?

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Is It Time To Switch Up Your Muscle Building Or Fat Loss Workout Routine?

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m answering the following question, how often should you change your workout program?

But before I share the answer, I just want to say that I’m so glad you’re back for another insightful and fun video post.

I get asked the following all the time.

Brad, how often should I change my workout program?

So first, I want you to put your guess in the comment section below.

Now let’s see if you agree with me.

How Often Should You Change Your Workout Program?

Unfortunately, I wish I had a straight answer for you, but just like 99% of the topics in fitness, the answer depends.

There are many factors to consider when deciding how often you should change your workout program.

4 Factors To Consider:

  1. Your genetics
  2. Your muscle fiber makeup
  3. How healthy are you eating?
  4. And probably the biggest one, what are your specific training goals?

So let’s talk big picture.

If Your Goal Is To Add More Muscle Mass Or Strength

If your goal is to add more muscle mass or strength, most guys and girls can make excellent continuous progress by changing their workout program every 6 training sessions, per body part.

For example, by following this approach, you would complete the same chest workout 6 times before changing it up.

If Your Goal Is Weight Loss i.e. Fat Loss

In my opinion, changing workouts more often works best for fat loss programs, which is why I designed Live Lean Afterburn 2.0 and Live Lean Afterburn-DB that way.

Afterburn-db

By following these programs, you get a new workout routine for every training session.

This approach can help keep your motivation high as you won’t get bored with repeating the same workouts.

If Your Goal Is To Build Lean And Aesthetic Beach Body Muscle Without Adding Ugly Bulk Fat

If you’re looking to build lean and aesthetic, beach body muscle, rather than the bulky, non-functional, “beefcake” type body, you need to check out my Live Lean MASS 2.0 muscle building workout program.

This program follows a hybrid approach of muscle building training styles, where you’ll never repeat the same workout twice.

Every training session includes a new unique muscle building workout routine.

Again, by following this approach, you’ll never get bored repeating the same workouts, thus your drive and motivation will stay high.

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Recently, a lot of you have been asking me how I’ve added more muscle over the last few months, but still look really lean.

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I designed this 6 week program to build a lean, sexy, and aesthetically looking muscle without adding ugly bulky fat that usually comes with traditional bulking programs.

Live Lean MASS 2.0 Also Incudes A Diet Plan

Live Lean MASS 2.0 is not just a muscle building workout program, it also includes a diet plan that can help you build up to 10 pounds of muscle or more, in just 6 weeks.

Once again, the unique and awesome thing is I’ve added muscle without the traditional ugly bulking fat most people gain when adding size.

I did this by using the following 4 unique muscle building workout protocols found in Live Lean MASS 2.0:

  • Paused Sets
  • Damage Sets
  • Pump Sets
  • The 10 Sets Method

These 4 muscle building training protocols are guaranteed to help you add aesthetic size, without the ugly fat.

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Question For You:

  • How often do you change your workout program?
  • Are your fitness goals to build muscle, strength, or fat loss?

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0 responses to “How Often Should You Change Your Workout Program?

  1. Until it stop working for at least 3 months if novice, 4 months for a
    intermediate and 6 if advance.

    If you are on the juice cut everything in half.

  2. you’ll notice once you start getting a little more experience with working out that you will stop getting results from using the same workout. Best to change up your workout every 6-8 weeks.

  3. i have a question , first of all i make the same workout routine for a year and it steel show results , and i hate to change my exercices and try new programs , it is necesarly to change my workout routine ? ( sorry if i make writing mistackes but i’m from europa and english it is not my first language )

  4. Gotta question (and this is for anyone else who has suggestions or answers): I am a well tuned athlete and have great stamina.I hurt/strained a tendon in my knee, so now I can’t do powerlifts/ heavy lower body, etc. I can’t even do the urg for cardio, let alone swim. I want to ask is there another form of cardio that I can do without my legs? The elliptical and hand bike do nothing for me. I been working on calisthenics trying to build a muscle up. Any cardio suggestions with a bum knee?

  5. Never. As long as your current program contains progressive load, you can stay on it forever.
    Many people lack gains because they impatiently switch programs like they switch underwear, always looking for that new “SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN TO BE THE BEST PROGRAM EVER” solution.

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