Do supersets. If you’re short on time try including supersets (two exercises performed back to back with no rest) to really still get the most of your workouts. That way you get a good burn in less time.
Go for compound movements. It’s okay to split up your muscle throughout the week, but if you wanna get some muscle or just want to get a full body workout, you should go for compound movements (deadlifts, squats, or even supersets) to hit all the muscles.
Don’t fill up your workouts with exercises. Sometimes we think we’ll manage to do 20 different types of exercises in a short period of time, and that makes us rush through the movements. Stick to just a few movements and make sure you perform them correctly.
Keep your core engaged at all times!!!! It’s so good to 1) keep balance 2) keep good posture 3) get definition in your abs 4) just getting a tight core
Don’t neglect any muscle!!!! If you’re interested in one particular group, train it more often, but you should still work every muscle! (If anyone is interested I can make a post about how to train according to your goals)
Warm up and activate your muscles, go for compound movements and finish with isolation exercises. This is especially amazing for targetting the glutes (again, I can make a post about it)
I was a size 30 in the stretchiest cut jeans when I first started losing weight (I’m 5'11" and was nearing 350lbs) and today, at 9pm and on a night I ate pasta, I fit into “super skinny” size 14 jeans. So many 6am workouts, 18 straight months of lifting in a caloric deficit, never leaving home without a contigo full of water, a daily step goal of 12,000 and cooking almost every single meal I’ve eaten since 2/2016 went into this.