What’s the difference between a ‘workout’ and an ‘exercise’?
The difference between the two really comes down to where you look and who you ask, but we’re going to
keep things simple: an exercise is used to describe a single activity, whereas a workout is a used to
describe a routine.
To put it simply, a workout is a collection of exercises. In fact, you may have heard of the Spartan
What is the Spartan Workout?
The Spartan Workout and other types of celebrity workouts have become hugely popular over the years. The
most common misconception is that just by doing a celeb’s workout, you’ll achieve the same results as
the movie star. In reality, there’s a lot that the celebrities are doing outside of the gym that
contribute to the results. These well-known routines aren’t bad, but they aren’t necessarily good
either. You need a workout routine built for YOU and your goals. But first, you need to decide your
fitness goals. For example:
What workouts will get rid of stomach fat?
These types of questions get asked all the time, and there’s never a perfect answer. Remember, when it
comes down to it, a workout is just a mix of different exercises – so an ‘ab workout’ is a combination
of different ab exercises. That said, some routines work much better for specific goals than others. In
case you had a specific body part in mind, take a look at our resources below: