Bowflex®* Workout Routine Print-Out Sample Page 1
The image on the right is a sample of the first page that comes out of your printer when creating a workout routine using FitnessBliss Bow.
This first section displays the image for every stretching exercise you included in your workout routine. This section is optional as you have the choice to include it or not.
- 9 stretching exercises are displayed per row.
- A total of 34 stretching exercises are available for you to choose from.
The second section displays the image for every cardio exercise included in your workout routine. This section is optional as you have the choice to include it or not.
- The function of the cardio exercises you intend to use is displayed (i.e. manual, hill, cross-training, etc.)
- Also, the time you intend on training on each machine is displayed.
- Finally, the progress log section allows you to write down any information for any given workout day, such as time spent on the machine, distance traveled, watts produced, etc.
Weight Lifting Section
The third section displays 2 images for the two frames that make up each bowflex exercise selected. With these, a quick glance is all that is necessary for you to know what exercise to perform and how to correctly perform it. Note that the name for each exercise is still displayed on top of the images.
- The chosen number of sets as well as the number of repetitions (reps) is displayed to the right
of the illustrations. Note that you can specify different number of reps (up to 5) if you engage in
pyramid strength training, for example.
- Finally, the progress log section allows you to write down any information for any given workout day, such as date, weight used. This of course lets you track your progress over time and lets you know the weight to lift next time you train.
Muscle ID Images
The muscle ID images are displayed on the left of the schedule and let you know the location of various
muscles commonly targeted when exercising in weight training.
Also, note that each general muscle area has its own color code. You’ll notice that every exercise has a small colored square next to its name, indicating to you what general body area is being targeted by each exercise.