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What muscle groups should I work out together for the most effective workout?

I’m a 25 year old fit female who works out on a regular basis. However, I’m not sure what muscle groups I should be working out together and on what days? I want to make my workouts as effective as they can possibly be. For example, should I be doing chest and back on the same day? I have been, but I have a feeling that’s not correct! Help!

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3 Responses to “What muscle groups should I work out together for the most effective workout?”

  1. Weapon X said :

    This is WHAT I DO!!!!!
    monday- chest and abs
    tuesday- biceps and triceps and abs
    wednesday- shoulders and traps and abs
    thursday- back and abs
    friday- Legs and abs

    this is my combination works for me!!!!!!!!

  2. yellow_tofu said :

    i guess your talking about weight training, well there are many different work out patterns such as 1 day one 1 day off, 2 days on 1 day off…

    I dont really work out a lot any more, but i went 5-6 times a week and i had a muscle cycle

    1 chest and triceps
    2 back and biceps
    3 shoulders and triceps
    4 legs and forarms

    After i due my chest back shoulder. I would only do one or two more exprcises for my bi’s or tri’s since they are already getting worked out with the primary muscle group.

    I seen other people do other different cycles but this one worked for me when i used to go to the gym, now i still use the same cycle but i only go about 2 times a week. so i only hit each muscle group every other week. i go pretty much just for fun now,

  3. Healthy Helen said :

    This routine has worked great for myself and many, many others.

    1. Deadlifts – 2 sets of 5-7 reps
    2. Wide Grip Overhand Chin-Ups – 2 sets of 5-7 reps
    3. Bent Over Barbell Rows – 2 sets of 5-7 reps
    4. Barbell Shrugs – 2 sets of 10-12 reps

    This is the best back workout to fully stimulate muscle gains in your whole back. Remember to use a challenging weight so that you can only perform 5-7 reps on each set (except for shrugs, which you should be doing for 10-12 reps).


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