Are you looking for a new workout program that will help you achieve your fitness goals? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. Today, I’m going to share the philosophy of my twice-a-week training program with you. This program is designed to help you build strength, muscle, and endurance, all while working on your core. I know there are countless ways to get fit out there, but I’m all about keeping it simple and effective.

Let me break it down for you: we’re aiming for 120 minutes of weight training every week, split into two sessions. None of that complicated stuff here, just a straightforward approach to hitting those fitness goals.

So, what’s my secret sauce? It’s all about the rule of three, baby! Just like in comedy, it works wonders in personal training. Each session kicks off with a warm-up featuring three moves, followed by three rounds of three sets, with each set including—you guessed it—three moves. Simple, right? That way, you always know what to expect and can focus on giving it your all.
Now, let’s talk about the meat and potatoes of the workouts. Round one is all about getting those major muscles fired up and ready to go. We’re talking about a general warm-up to prep both your skills and those big muscle groups for the heavier lifting in round two.

Round two is where the magic happens. We’re diving into some traditional weightlifting moves like deadlifts, split squats, and upright rows, pushing those weights and aiming for bigger numbers. But hey, we can only do that because we’ve laid the groundwork in round one, building up your heart rate and muscle growth.

And let’s not forget about round three—it’s all about core training and rounding out those muscles we might have missed in the first two rounds. We’re talking stability, rotation, flexion—you name it. We want a holistic, full-body workout that leaves you feeling strong and balanced.

Now, here’s the kicker: we switch it up between day one and day two. Day one focuses on chest, back, glutes, and hip flexors, while day two zeroes in on quads, hamstrings, lats, and delts. Why? Because we’re all about using antagonistic pairs to help those muscles grow together and reduce the risk of injury. This also makes sure that we work out as much muscle tissue as possible over the period of the entire week.

Oh, and did I mention core training? It’s a big deal around here. Whether it’s stability, rotation, or flexion, we’re always working that core. After all, it’s the foundation of everything else we do.
Now, I’ll be honest with you—this might not be the most efficient way to train. But hey, I’m not here to crunch numbers like an Olympic athlete. I’m here to help you stay consistent and have a blast while doing it. I’d rather have a workout that feels familiar and fun than one that’s all about hitting those numbers.

So, there you have it, folks—the Ricky Skiba way to get fit. It’s all about consistency, fun, and getting those gains while keeping things simple. Give it a try and let me know how it goes. Until next time, keep on crushing those workouts!