Two New Split Training Programs Dropping 10/16

Are you looking for a way to spice up your workout routine and target specific muscle groups? Look no further than Peloton’s newest 1-week Split Training Programs, dropping on 10/16.   Developed by Rebecca Kennedy and Andy Speer, these programs offer customized training plans for busy individuals who want to maximize the effectiveness of their workouts. Rumor has it RK is going to be teaching the 5-day split!  Squeeee!!!

The Benefits of Split Training Programs

Split training programs have gained immense popularity in recent years because of their effectiveness in developing specific muscle groups.  These programs divide the body into different muscle groups and assign specific days for each group to ensure that each muscle is targeted adequately. The benefits of split training programs include higher muscle growth, increased strength, reduced risk of injury, and the ability to focus on weak points.

What to Expect from the 1-Week Program

The 1-week Split Training Programs offer customized plans for those who may not have the time to commit to a long-term program but still want results.  Choose between a 3 and 5-day option with different muscle groups targeted each day, depending on your fitness level and desired results. The programs are designed to challenge you as you progress, with increasing intensity and volume to help you achieve your goals.

Guide Compatibility and Added Benefits

If you’re a user of the Guide, the 1-week Split Training Programs are compatible, allowing you to track your progress and stay motivated. The Guide also offers video demonstrations of exercises and counts your reps, not to mention tracks all of the weights in your weight library – it’s pretty slick!  If you do NOT have the Guide, no worries, you will be able to still follow the workouts.  In the past, these split training programs have dropped first on the Guide, then the rest of the Peloton platform 7 weeks later. As of this publication, no official word if that will be the case with these two new programs, but we suspect it might not be this time around.  Peloton specifically listed the drop as “guide compatible” which is slightly different than the usual release wording.

Couple of Experts

Rebecca Kennedy and Andy Speer are two fitness experts who have experience in developing tailored training programs to suit different fitness levels. We think it pretty adorable that this real-life couple has programs dropping together.  We imagine they spent quality time together working on the program designs!  One thing is for sure, their combined expertise ensures that you’ll get the best possible results from the programs they’ve developed.

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